Sixers fans might be trying to get Kendall Jenner banned from their home games.
But the star wont let this ruin her time cheering on her on-off love interest Ben Simmons.
The 23-year-old could be seen putting on an animated display during the NBA players match, and she jumped up and down in the side lines.
Showing her support, the model waved her arms in the air as Ben and his team went against the Brooklyn Net on Sunday.
Although there were some tense moments where she had to grasp her head in fear that her side may lose, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star looked delighted when she realised who was taking the lead.
However, despite standing up for the majority of the game, the exhausted star took a seat when it was revealed they had not won.
Fans were angry at what had happened, and blamed Kendall for the loss.
They have since started a petition to get the reality star banned from the games, claiming that she brings the Kardashian curse with her.
The change.org petition read: Jenner was front and centre in attendance for the Sixers loss to the worst team in the league, the Cleveland Cavaliers
We as fans cannot sit idly by and let Kendall Jenner ruin what could be a truly special season by her attendance at Sixers games. We must take action.
It continued: 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 match-up with the Sixers.
It was inexplicable. A 20-game home regular season win streak has been snapped, Ben Simmons career is in jeopardy. The madness must stop.
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The pair were romantically linked back in May, but due to their busy schedules are reportedly finding it hard to keep up a relationship.
A source told Us Weekly: Kendall and Bens relationship is fizzling and dissipating due to scheduling conflicts.
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