Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Addresses His Toxic Relationship With Los Angeles Lakers

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea took his official Twitter account to reply to O’Shea Jackson Jr.’s tweet about Los Angeles Lakers and said that he is not content with the team’s current performance.

As you probably know, Flea is a huge fan of basketball and the Los Angeles Lakers. It is very common to see him showing up in the NBA games of his favorite team. Flea even has a tattoo on his arm saying ‘Go Lakers!’ Flea also often shows his support for the Lakers in his social media accounts and shares his opinions on the team’s performance.

It hasn’t been a good season for the Los Angeles Lakers so far and they have been struggling to increase their performance. The fans of the team are also disappointed with how things go. As another Lakers fan, rapper O’Shea Jackson Jr. recently took his Twitter account to express his discontent with the team’s performance in this season so far. As an ardent fan of the Lakers, it seems that Flea also shares the same feelings.

After his comments, Flea replied to him by saying that feels the same and it is now like a love-hate relationship to him. He also explained that he has been watching the games of the Lakers for almost forty years but he never felt this way. However, according to Flea, there is still hope for a better performance of the team. He hopes that the Los Angeles Lakers will pull itself together before the playoffs.

O’Shea Jackson Jr.’s Twitter post read:

“I’m in a toxic relationship with my favorite sports team.”

Flea’s reply to him:

“Me too, I’m developing an absurd syndrome of loving to hate to love them. I have watched every game for forty years and I have never been this way. I still have faith though, everyone gets healthy and finally gets it together right before the playoffs and wins it all!”

You can check out the tweets below.