No more free tickets to Emily Ratajkowski, Knicks’ decision

A couple of weeks ago the world-famous model Emily Ratajkowski had appeared in the front row at Madison Square Garden for the game between New York Knicks and Miami Heat, in the company of the other supermodel Irina Shayk. Photos of the two beautiful girls had also been shared by the NBA itself on social media. It was certainly not the first time Emrata had attended a Knicks home game, like so many other stars of the show, but it could be the last.

According to PageSix, in fact, the Madison Square Garden Sports administration has reportedly decided to stop providing Ratajkowski with free tickets to games. The model reportedly requested front-row tickets to a recent game for the New York Rangers, an NHL team, but had her request rejected. The reason? Precisely because of her behavior during the game against Miami, when she both she and Irina Shayk had left despite the fact that it was a long time before the end of the match. Probably in the decision of the MSG, whose president is James Dolan, also owner of the Knicks, also influenced the final result, with New York coming back from -21 to win the game.

In short, Emrata will be able to continue watching Knicks games live, but he will have to pay for his own ticket from next time. “Emily was not offered free Rangers tickets, she was offered to buy tickets anytime she wants, and she is welcome to.” said a Madison Square Garden spokesperson.

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