Basketball star Kevin Durant opened his own restaurant-- KD’s Southern Cuisine—to share some of his favorite foods with fans.
The Oklahoma City eatery, which features “upscale versions of down-home dishes” surrounded by basketball themed décor, has been in business since 2013.
But after the Thunder player announced he’d be leaving the Sooner State to join the Golden State Warriors, angry fans took to social media to vent their anger via Durant's restaurant business.
On Yelp, many took shots as the professional player’s "over-hyped" abilities.
According to Eater, Yelp has since deleted most of the non-food related posts-- but a few still remain. Wrote one reviewer, "Eating at KD's this morning made me feel cheated on and discarded. I could barley [sic] stomach the meal, because everything about it reminded me of what could of been. Oh well."
Others were just as biting.
On Twitter, some fans called for a restaurant boycott while others suggested new owners take over immediately.
— Devin Lannister (@Devin_Lambert) July 4, 2016
To all my OKC fam... I know this goes without saying but we all boycotting KD's Southern Cuisine right?
— Josh Moses (@jomo05) July 4, 2016
So is KD's southern cuisine going to become a franchise extending to California or do y'all think he'll just have the one? #askingforafriend
— Marissa Rivera (@morizzle11) July 4, 2016
FoxNews.com has reached out to KD’s Southern Cuisine to find if Durant be relocating his restaurant to the West Coast.