Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis Escorted Out of Lakers Game After On-Court Fight


Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis was escorted away by Lakers safety after an on-court altercation between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston Rockets gamers throughout Saturday evening's recreation in LA. Kiedis yelled profanities and flipped off Rockets level guard Chris Paul and the remainder of the visiting employees following Paul's brawl with Lakers level guard Rajon Rondo.

Later on, viewers reported seeing Keidis return, sitting courtside subsequent to longtime good friend and RHCP bassist Flea. 

NBA followers took to Twitter to share TMZ video of the incident in addition to their reactions. "If this was a daily joe/fan, he would have gotten kicked out of the constructing," wrote one consumer. "I don't ever wish to really feel like I did that day," wrote one other Twitter consumer, quoting Keidis' iconic lyrics from RHCP's "Under the Bridge." 

Flea additionally posted an Instagram picture of the 2 on the recreation, with the caption: "At the lakers recreation final evening with my expensive brother. It Got loopy on the finish, however man I get so happy, deeply ingesting within the depth and fantastic thing about the sport. People working at a excessive stage in so many dimensions. Cerebral, bodily, religious, emotional, unstated and telepathic communication.”

View the total video under in addition to the Twitter reactions after the bounce.