It's been a rough few weeks for Seattle basketball fans.

On April 29, the NBA's Relocation Committee unanimously recommended that the Sacramento Kings stay in California, a huge blow to Seattles chances of regaining an NBA squad.

Seattle's former franchise, the Oklahoma City Thunder, is playing a Macklemore song during games to get fans excited. Macklemore, whose real name is Ben Haggerty, is a Seattle native and diehard Seattle sports fan. Upon hearing this news, suffice it to say Macklemore wasn't pleased.

"Can't Hold Us," the popular tune which has nearly 26 million views on YouTube, is Macklemore's second straight chart-topper. His extremely popular song "Thrift Shop" gained him worldwide fame.

It's easy to see why Macklemore is upset with the Thunder for playing his song. After all, it's impossible not to wonder what would have happened had Kevin Durant played his entire career in the Emerald City.

And Macklemore isn't the only famous Seattleite who is upset with Oklahoma City.

But unfortunately for Macklemore and Detlef Schrempf, it doesn't seem like there's anything they can do about it.

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