It has been said a lot by fans and people against it and that is the subject of audience members 'hijacking' shows and starting irrelevant or nonsensical chants. Some people say that the people should just be allowed to do what they want with their hard-earned money while others do not like the fact that these fans try to make themselves the focal point rather than the performers themselves.
NXT star Patrick Clark went on Twitter to attack these kinds of crowds in his own 'interesting' manner and was pretty vocal on his criticism of them. He tied it into his gimmick a bit as well so as to not break kayfabe but it's pretty clear that these opinions are his own.
I don't usually include my own opinion in these posts but in my personal opinion, I also do not like these 'hijacking' crowds and I find the post-Wrestlemania audiences to be the most distracting and/or annoying crowds. I get it that they are there to have fun but if you are paying to see the show, you are paying to see the talent - not a crowd doing the wave.
— Iconic Patrick Clark (@PatrickClarkWWE) January 7, 2017