The Sacramento Kings played their first playoff game since 2006 on Saturday, and naturally, that meant that plenty of regional luminaries attended the spectacle. Home run king Barry Bonds, former Kings Vlade Divac, Bobby Jackson and Jason Williams and even California governor Gavin Newsom were present as the Kings upset the Warriors and took a 1-0 lead in their first-round series.
However, not every big name that made it to the Golden 1 Center was able to stay for the entire game. A video surfaced late in the game that showed Bay Area rap legend E-40 getting escorted out of his seat by a security official as he argued with Kings fans in the stands.
On Sunday, E-40 released a statement saying racial bias was the reason for his ejection. He wants the Kings to investigate the incident.