The video appears to show security ejecting the E-40 from the Warriors-Kings

With the Warriors opening their first round series just 85 miles away in Sacramento, the die-hard Dubs fan and Bay Area E-40 legend made a short drive for Game 1 on Saturday.

The rapper was among the celebrities seen in The Warriors’ thrilling 126-123 loss to the Kings, but it looks like things went wrong at one point.

Several people posted on social media that the E-40 was taken out of the game in the second half, and a video from the Golden 1 Center shows a man in a rope and a Warriors logo T-shirt encouraging the E-40 to walk towards the exit. After a few steps, the rapper then turns to someone in the crowd to say something, at which point he grabs the guy in the E-40 Warriors T-shirt and begins to push him away from the confrontation. Fans in Kings gear waved jeers at the rapper as he was led away.

Another video shows the rapper getting into a heated argument with two men in suits before the man in a Warriors T-shirt steps in and pushes him off. Fans can be heard sarcastically chanting, “40 water,” Song name From the 40’s 2008 album “The Ball Street Journal” and A.J soft drink produced around the same time.

The origin of the accident was unclear. The Kings did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Social media posts The rapper, born Earl Stephens, showed off promoting his wine label (also named Earl Stephens) at an event in Sacramento on Saturday. He wears a very similar outfit in the Total Wine store as he was in the game.

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Although E-40 was seen sitting in the court on ABC early in the game, he was noticeably absent from a host of celebrities, including Barry Bonds, rapper 50 Cent, and several Kings players from the glory era.

The good news for the Vallejo-born rapper is that he didn’t see the end of the Warriors losing to the Kings, putting them in an 0-1 hole in this opening round of the series.

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