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Miami Reacts to LeBron on Twitter: From "Thank You" to #WadeCounty

Despite an act of street art vandalism, Miamians have mostly reacted in measured respect to LeBron James' decision. Miami's most notable almost universally took to Twitter with messages full of nothing but thank yous and respect.

The only real shade came in the form of Miamians rallying back around our original superstar Dwyane Wade. (Who, you know, sadly we should remind you technically hasn't resigned with the Heat yet.) Behind #HeatNation, #WadeCounty is currently the second biggest trending hashtag in Miami right now.

Rick Ross

Dan Le Batard

Uncle Luke

Micky Arison

Marco Rubio

Lili Estefan, Univision Host

Juan Pablo Galvis, Beachlor

Luis Fonsi

Stugotz

The Miami Hurricanes Football Team

Of course, it wasn't all "thank you." There was a little bit of fun, including a #WadeCounty hashtag.

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