Nick Lachey's Trash Talking Gets Pop Star Booted from Bengals vs. Chargers Game

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 3, 2012

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The San Diego Chargers are in no mood for your shenanigans, Nick Lachey. 

It seems a bout of trash talking got one pop star booted from a stadium filled with fans who are pretty frustrated at the moment. 

The Chargers lost yet another game on Sunday, dropping their fourth game in a row. So you could say they were already in a crabby mood without the ranting of the former Mr. Jessica Simpson. 

The 98 Degrees singer tweeted that his football exploits this weekend got him kicked out of the Chargers game. 

He first tweeted from what looks to be great seats at Qualcomm:

How 'bout them Bengals? #Whodey

— Nick Lachey (@NickSLachey) December 2, 2012


Shortly after, he was out of there. Here is his next tweet:

Just got kicked out of the chargers stadium and couldn't be prouder! Go Cincy Bengals! #whodey

— Nick Lachey (@NickSLachey) December 3, 2012

Then he rubs salt into the Chargers' gaping wounds with this barb:

Bengals win again. i'd talk trash to everyone in SD, but what's the point? you already had me kicked out of the stadium and you still lost.

— Nick Lachey (@NickSLachey) December 3, 2012

A Fox News report that states there is no word on exactly what Lachey did or said to get him thrown out of the game. 

It's clear the 39-year old, who was born in Cincinnati, ruffled a great deal of feathers as the Chargers marched to a lackluster 4-8 on the season. 

He states his case in the following tweet, posted on Monday:

Majority of charger fans were awesome yesterday, thanks for the hospitality! Sadly, there is always one guy that ruins it for everyone.....

— Nick Lachey (@NickSLachey) December 3, 2012

He even managed to take a picture with a younger Chargers fan during the proceedings:

@nickslachey Thanks for taking the pic with my son and being cool to us. Congrats on the Bengals win!…

— George Kalamaras (@Phisame) December 3, 2012

So it seems that Lachey and Chargers fans don't mix, especially when you stir the concoction with yet another season spiraling out of control for San Diego. 

The only thing we know for sure about this story is that Lachey can talk a good game—so much so that he is kindly asked to leave. 


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