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Sunday, 25 November 2018

76ers fans take drastic action against Jenner


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The city of Philadelphia is known for having some of the most irrationally passionate sports fans in the world, and 76ers fans have taken it to an entirely new level. 

After the Sixers suffered their first home defeat of the season to the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers, coincidentally the first home game attended by Kendall Jenner, fans took the drastic action of launching a petition to ban Jenner from attending the Wells Fargo Center.

Jenner has been romantically linked to Australian 76ers star Ben Simmons, and after reports that the pair's relationship was over, she appears to be back in the Australian's life. 

The petition, which was launched on change.org, already has over 3000 signatures.

"Jenner was front and centre 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," the petition reads.

"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 Centre ban Jenner.

"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 behaviour is clearly to blame. To make matters even worse than worse, Jimmy Butler left this embarrassing showing with an apparent knee injury. At this point, Jenner is not only damaging the future of this franchise but the livelihood of innocent men as well."

In an interesting twist, Jenner's ex, Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson, shared the court with Simmons along with Tristan Thompson, who is the partner of Jenner's half-sister Khloe Kardashian.

The city of Philadelphia is known for having some of the most irrationally passionate sports fans in the world, and 76ers fans have taken it to an entirely new level. 

After the Sixers suffered their first home defeat of the season to the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers, coincidentally the first home game attended by Kendall Jenner, fans took the drastic action of launching a petition to ban Jenner from attending the Wells Fargo Center.

Jenner has been romantically linked to Australian 76ers star Ben Simmons, and after reports that the pair's relationship was over, she appears to be back in the Australian's life. 

The petition, which was launched on change.org, already has over 3000 signatures.

"Jenner was front and centre 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," the petition reads.

"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 Centre ban Jenner.

"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 behaviour is clearly to blame. To make matters even worse than worse, Jimmy Butler left this embarrassing showing with an apparent knee injury. At this point, Jenner is not only damaging the future of this franchise but the livelihood of innocent men as well."

In an interesting twist, Jenner's ex, Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson, shared the court with Simmons along with Tristan Thompson, who is the partner of Jenner's half-sister Khloe Kardashian.

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