Twitter Reaction: Kawhi Leonard roasted for press conference laugh

Eric Smith caught up with Kawhi Leonard, who talks about the challenge of not being able to compete last season, and looks forward to gelling with his new teammates and for a deep championship run.

Toronto Raptors fans waited months to hear from Kawhi Leonard.

The notoriously quiet superstar hadn’t uttered a single public word since his July 18 trade from the San Antonio Spurs, but on Monday, Leonard was finally introduced as a member of his new team.

It took less than one minute for him to deliver an epic moment.

But it’s not what he said that’s causing a stir. It’s that single, offbeat, weird, almost-computerized laugh that he let off.

Check it out here:

Faizal Khamisa on Twitter

Here’s Kawhi Leonard doing whatever the robotic equivalent of laughing is.

Of course, the chuckle spread like wildfire on social media. Here’s a look at some of the best tweets about it.

Jak Knight on Twitter

Kawhi has been hiding this laugh from us for about 7 years. It’s out now bro. Keep on laughing like Eddie Murphy twisted both his ankles and both his wrists at the same time. You free man

Marcus Stroman on Twitter

Kawhi been hiding the best laugh in the game for his whole career. Lol

Kazeem Famuyide on Twitter

When shorty shows you a meme you already saw several days ago:

Darfiun Jozph Leo Manznis on Twitter

Kawhi’s laugh is now my ringtone

Beyonce has an uncle named Larry Beyince. Bruh…. on Twitter

I been laughing at Kawhi’s laugh for like 3 hours straight now

Not My President on Twitter

For some reason Kawhi’s laugh reminded me of this

علي شفيق on Twitter

Kawhi’s laugh needs some WD-40.

Zito on Twitter

Kawhi laughs like his software needs to be updated

sb on Twitter

I’ll pay someone $20 if they can spell the sound Kawhi makes when he laughs.


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