Sports and trash-talking go hand-in-hand, but sometimes it can get out of control.
That's what Nick Lachey found out while at a football game.
The 39-year-old singer was in the stands at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego on Sunday watching the Cincinnati Bengals play the San Diego Chargers.
Lachey became too rowdy for the crowd as his beloved Bengals were winning. Security was called and Lachey had to be escorted from the premises.
The incident didn't seem to bother Lachey who took to Twitter to boast about his extreme fandom when he wrote, "Just got kicked out of the chargers stadium and couldn't be prouder!"
The posts continued talking about his excitement about the game and his team's big win.
"Go Cincy Bengals... 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... Majority of charger fans were awesome yesterday, thanks for the hospitality! Sadly, there is always one guy that ruins it for everyone."
Lachey joins "Modern Family" actor Eric Stonestreet in the list of celebrities who have had recent problems at southern California stadiums during sports games.
Stonestreet reportedly got into an argument with a fan of the St. Louis Cardinals during a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game. The incident took place in September with the award winning actor caught on video footage being talked to by security guards along with the opposing team's fan. Stonestreet apparently wasn't removed from the game, according to the San Francisco Gate.
It is unknown what the former boy band singer said to make the San Diego Chargers fan so upset or vice versa.
There will be plenty of other opportunities for Lachey to continue his trash-talking with the Bengals' stats of 7-5 along with being tied with Pittsburgh in the race for the 2nd Wild Card playoff spot in the AFC.