Fox News Anchors Fire Back at Adam Levine on Twitter
Anchors Greg Gutfeld and Andy Levy responded to the Maroon 5 frontman's pointed request that the conservative station not to play his music.
Wednesday, Adam Levine revealed he had strong feelings about where his band Maroon 5's music is played.
The singer, who is also a co-host on NBC's The Voice, took to his Twitter account to formally request the Fox News not play Maroon 5 music.
"Dear Fox News, don't play our music on your evil fucking channel ever again. Thank you," Levine said.
And, while Fox has not issued their own response, some of the station's anchors have jumped into the fray.
Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld anchor Greg Gutfeld went on the attack writing a series of tweets insulting the band's music that started with, "Dear adam, That's not music."
He then continued to tweet to the singer, saying "fun joke: why did Maroon 5 cross the road? because crappy music is legal there!"
He also poked fun of one of Levine's previous tweets, "Names that sound alike: @kelseygrammar and @chelseahandler," saying "Names that sound alike: Maroon 5 and crap".
Andy Levy, another Red Eye personality, also responded, saying, "Dear @adamlevine, don't make crappy f*cking music ever again. Thank you." and added, "Maroon 5's bio strangely fails to note the band was developed by the CIA as part of its enhanced interrogation techniques program."
Levy famously found himself in hot water earlier this year when he went after musician Chris Brown on Twitter.
Levine has yet to clarify what set off his Twitter outburst.