Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis kicked out of L.A. Lakers game 2 years ago

Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis kicked out of L.A. Lakers game

The A-lister was escorted off the court following a brawl between the L.A. Lakers and Houston Rockets

Any game of NBA basketball right now that features Lebron James in an L.A. Lakers uniform is going to have all eyes on it, especially when his team is losing.

So when a brawl broke out Saturday night between the L.A. Lakers and Houston Rockets at the Staples Center naturally it was going to garner a lot of attention.

But it wasn't just the players who were getting stuck into the action, some of the high-profile fans made sure their presence was felt during the scuffle.

While Nipsey Hussle and Travis Scott were both quick to get up out of their seats and throw a few verbals in the direction of the players fighting, Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis went one step further.

Getting ejected from the game after screaming all kinds of obscenities at Rockets guard and State Farm spokesman Chris Paul, Kiedis' band's name wasn't the only thing seeing red.

Storming the court, the veteran singer, who clearly has a love for his city, approached Paul with fire in his eyes before getting ejected.


The brawl that took place late in the fourth quarter resulted in the suspension of Lakers forward Brandon Ingram, Lakers guard Rajon Rondo, and, naturally, Paul, who was being escorted off the court when he crossed paths with Kiedis.

Watch the clip below followed by the moment Anthony Kiedis was escorted out of the building.