QPR manager Ian Holloway blasted the Brighton fans after they goaded the former Crystal Palace boss during the 3-0 win at the Amex Stadium.
Seagulls fans sang 'go back to Sky' where the Rs boss worked before taking the job at Loftus Road before going into a rendition of 'you're getting sacked in the morning' as the hosts cruised to a 3-0 win at top the Championship.
And Holloway was unhappy at the lack of respect shown towards him, accusing them of targeting him after his Eagles side, inspired by Wilfried Zaha, beat them in the play-offs.
"Why don't you sing something better and different? I didn't mean to beat you in the play-offs (with Crystal Palace in 2013).
"Why don't you show a bit of respect? But that is life and football these days."
QPR have lost six defeats in a row and Holloway has only picked up one win, against a Norwich side playing with 10 men for 90 minutes, in his seven games in charge.