Jimmy Butler’s feeling quite at home with the Miami Heat organization, but the reason’s not quite what you might think. According to Jimmy, he’s thriving as a Heat player because he gets to hold people accountable by swearing at them.

“I get to be me,” he told Taylor Rooks after helping Miami take a 2-0 lead in their series against the Indiana Pacers on Thursday. “I get to cuss people out when they not doing they job, they gon’ cuss me out whenever I’m not doing mine.”

“We don’t take nothing personal,” he added.

Butler scored 18 points along with 7 rebounds and 6 assists in the Heat’s 109-100 win against the Pacers on Thursday.