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Rocker Gets Into Rumble At The Four Seasons In Philly

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Red Hot Chili Peppers front man Anthony Kiedis got heated when he and a bodyguard started brawling outside the Four Seasons Hotel in Logan Square.

Video from TMZ  shows the 50-year-old rocker walking hand-in-hand with his lady friend up to the hotel when security blocks him from getting in. A fight breaks out.

Someone even shouts at the hired muscle telling them to chill out!

"That's the lead singer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers," yells someone in the crowd.

Sources tell FOX 29 News security was locking the lobby down at the swank hotel while the Rolling Stones made their exit. Despite Kiedis yelling, " I live here," the brawl ensued.

A hotel spokeswoman released a statement saying none of the security guards involved are hotel employees. Other sources say the Stones could have hired the extra security here in Philadelphia to reinforce their regular muscle.

At the end of the video, Kiedis is seen shaking hands with the guard.

Kiedis is in town performing at the Firefly concert in Delaware.

The rocker released a statement to TMZ. He didn't mention the fight. All he said was, "I love the Rolling Stones."

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