The Philadelphia 76ers have been an incredible force all season and a 10-0 start on their home deck shows positive signs of the team’s future in the league. So when the Sixers lost their first game at their home arena, thousands of fans have blamed Kendall Jenner for their first loss at home for showing up to the game.
Following the loss, fans have created a petition to ban Jenner from ever returning to Wells Fargo Centre, this can be found on change.org. Over 6,000 Philly fans have now signed this petition that states that the famous model was solely to blame for the first home loss of the season. Part of the petition reads:
“It is not a coincidence that the Sixers, who had started the season 10-0 at home, lost their first home game of the year the first time Jenner shows up. To make matters worse, the Cavaliers were winless on the road heading into their Black Friday matchup with the Sixers. It was inexplicable and Jenner’s detrimental behavior is clearly to blame.”
Before the game, one 76ers fan saw the warning signs early as he went on to Twitter to predict that Philly would lose the game due to Jenner’s presence.
It has come to the attention of Sixers fans that Ben Simmons has rekindled his relations with Kendall Jenner, a member of the notorious, career killing Kardashian/Jenner family. Jenner was front and center in attendance for the Sixers loss to the worst team in the league, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Better known as the Island of Misfits toys Lebron left behind. We as Sixers fans cannot sit idly by and let Kendall Jenner ruin what could be a truly special Sixers season by her attendance at Sixers games. We must take action. We must see that the Sixers and the Wells Fargo Center ban Jenner.
Aidan Powers started the petition and you can sign here.
The loss was a complete shock for fans all over the country since their opponent, the Cleveland Cavaliers, hadn’t won a single game on the road this season. Kendall Jenner was in attendance to support her ex-boyfriend, Ben Simmons, who went on to score 22 for the game with an impressive 10 out of 12 field goals made. The Cavaliers won the game by nine points with a final score of 121 to 112.
Unfortunately for these sixers’ fans, a petition will do little to ban Jenner from ever returning to the stadium considering there’s no proof that Jenner is to blame. However, if Jenner has any love for the Philadelphia side, she may decide to watch the rest of their games from her own television at home.