Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer sings 'The Victors' at Ohio State show

Ebony Scott
May 17, 2017

Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer and MI native Chad Smith doesn't mind upsetting the home crowd. Watch as Smith epically trolls the Columbus crowd by singing the MI fight song, "The Victors" during Sunday's concert. 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.

Chad Smith performing with the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Joe Louis Arena earlier this year.

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"I lived in Bloomfield Hills from when I was in seventh grade until I moved to California in 1988". "The Michigan helmet is the coolest, still to this day, professional, college, whatever". I just thought the helmet itself, the color and the way the stripes, it looks badass. Instagram photos from the show on Sunday night also reveal that Smith had the giant "M" on his bass drum for Red Hot Chili Pepper fans to see. "They hooked me early".

Back in 2012, Smith got in a little hot water when he chose to sing "The Victors" in front of the Columbus crowd and it didn't go very well. But I salute Smith for successfully stirring up the Buckeye crowd when the opportunities presented themselves. We'll find out in about six months if this rendition reversed the jinx.

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