Golden State Warriors Bring Back “Banned” Love With the CoCo Song For One Last Celebration

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| June 18th, 2015 | 6,090 Views

Back in December, after a team celebration video went viral, the rolling Golden State Warriors were told they weren’t allowed to celebrate anymore by singing and dancing to O.T. Genasis’ controversial song’ “CoCo” on the team plane.

They did and Harrison Barnes responded by posting a pic of the team holding a box of Coco Krispies on the plane.


Because it was the cereal they were in love with!

After winning the NBA championship this week the team brought back the “banned” song for one last celebration.





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