Adam Levine Calls Out 'Evil' Fox News, Bans Music from Channel: What People Are Saying
The masses react to "The Voice" mentor's angry jab at the cable channel.
Maroon 5 front man and The Voice mentor, Adam Levine, sent Fox News an angry shout out Wednesday on Twitter and requested that it never play his music again – well, those weren’t his exact words.
“Dear Fox News,” Levine tweets. “Don't play our music on your evil f--king channel ever again. Thank you.”
What can I say? The man has a gift with words. There’s really no telling why he suddenly decided that the cable news channel may no longer play his music. An earlier tweet from Wednesday shows him in good spirits and joking about how Kelsey Grammer and Chelsea Handler’s names sound alike.
Here are some of the best responses to Levine’s angry tweet to Fox News.
Shut up and sing.
Fox News is only evil to liberals. Just stick to making your beautiful music, okay?
Regarding @adamlevine's tweet: Haven't recording artists learned *anything* from the Dixie Chicks? #ThinkBeforeYouSpeak
Wth? What did they do? I wanna hate them too ;p
I have a question... If Fox News is so evil why was @adamlevine watching it? #IBlameMegynKelly
So I have to start respecting Maroon 5 now.
Scratch Maroon 5 as a band I'll ever pay attention to again. @adamlevine Not a fan of bad falsetto anyway.
In other news his band changes name to Moron 5
I didn't think I could love @adamlevine any more and he went and raised the bar.
I CALL IT fox noise, IT'S NOT LIKE IT IS NEWS!!
Adam, you know of course that people like me buy your music because it is good. We don't buy your politics.
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