VIDEO: Anthony Kiedis Got Thrown Out Of The Lakers Game
22 October 2018, 17:51 | Updated: 22 October 2018, 17:56
How you gonna throw out a LA Legend? Anthony Kiedis a real one too.— GRADS (@MGRADS) October 21, 2018
The RHCP frontman has been captured swearing and gesturing to his team's rivals this weekend.
Footage has emerged of Anthony Kiedis being ejected from a basketball game.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman was watching the LA Lakers play the Houston Rockets at the Staples Center on Saturday (20 July) with bassist Flea, when he got very confrontational and was asked to leave.
Following some drama on the court, a video shared on Twitter sees the Dark Necessities singer giving Houston Rockets player Chris Paul the middle finger and even squaring up to the team's staff.
Watch him in action above, in a video shared on Twitter by @MGRADS.
His bandmate and fellow Lakers fan Flea seemed to confirm the event got a little out of hand when he took to Instagram to share a picture of himself with the Under The Bridge singer.
His caption began: "At the lakers game last night with my dear brother. It Got crazy at the end, but man I get so satisfied, deeply drinking in the depth and beauty of the game."
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At the lakers game last night with my dear brother. It Got crazy at the end, but man I get so satisfied, deeply drinking in the depth and beauty of the game. People operating at a high level in so many dimensions. Cerebral, physical, spiritual, emotional, unspoken and telepathic communication. I truly love basketball with my ❤️❤️❤️ this photo by my brethren @atibaphoto
Meanwhile, the California funk rockers have confirmed that new RHCP music is on the way.
At New York Fashion Week, Kiedis told the NY Post that the veteran band will be heading into the studio in “about two weeks”.
The new record - their twelfth studio album - will be the follow-up to 2016’s The Getaway, which spawned the singles Dark Necessities and Go Robot.
That LP was produced by Danger Mouse, who replaced the Chili Peppers’ long-term collaborator Rick Rubin after a quarter of a century.
Kiedis also told the New York Post that his distinctive moustache would also be a feature of the album: “If my son asked me to shave it, I would shave it,” he explained. “But he loves it.”
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