Red Hot Chili Peppers Drummer Trolls Ohio State Fans

Amos Gonzales
May 17, 2017

That's not news, of course, but it might provide some context to those who stumbled upon this video because they are primarily Chad Smith fans.

So, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith basically did the best troll job ever when he sang the University of MI fight song, "The Victors", at an Ohio State show.

As you can imagine, it didn't go over very well with the crowd.

Earlier in the night, Smith also had his drum set light up with the MI logo. That helmet is still the coolest.

Back in 2012, Smith got in a little hot water when he made a decision to sing "The Victors" in front of the Columbus crowd and it didn't go very well. Chad also talked about his childhood saying, "Growing up, Michigan was definitely more popular than Michigan State".

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What makes this even better is that this was not a one-time deal for Smith as he also took the opportunity to troll Ohio State back in 2012. It was all about the maize and blue.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have been known for their rebellious acts for decades.

Unfortunately for Smith, Michigan hasn't had the upper hand in this rivalry in a while.

Smith isn't from MI, but is a known MI sports fan.

Performing at the same place, Smith once again sang "The Victors" Sunday night.

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