People on the internet sure did. Everything the singer did while she watched the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Golden State Warriors was given play-by-play coverage.
The presence of the Grammy Award-winning performer even caught the attention of ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy, who after a LeBron James dunk during the first quarter said, "I don't know about this, but Rihanna just walked in front of me. Are you kidding me?"
Because let's be honest, a James dunk isn't rare but seeing Rihanna put in "Work" as a basketball fan kind of is.
And boy did she.
The singer appeared to be super into the competition, even taking a moment to dab (a popular dance move).
Some people thought her enthusiasm caused Apple senior vice president (and major Warrior's fan) Eddy Cue to lash out during the game.
A video made the rounds
on Twitter Friday that purportedly showed Cue saying, "Tell that b***h to sit down" as he motioned to Rihanna before she took her seat.
As a result, some people complained and said they planned to cancel their Apple Music subscriptions in protest.
In a tweet, Cue wrote "Nothing but love for Rihanna (and KD, too!) As usual I was excited about our lead and actually talking to Marissa, 8 seats to my right."
Rihanna is a well known follower of James and the Cavaliers and because of that, some believed she and Golden State Warrior Kevin Durant were engaged in some tension during the game.
A few people accused her of heckling Durant -- and suggested he eyeballed her for it.
For his part, Durant refused to comment on the alleged exchange during a post-game press conference.
"I'm cool," he said. "Have fun with that."
And for those interested in the actual game, the Warriors won.