Responding to the Maroon 5 frontman's angry tweet which calls Fox News 'evil f**king channel', one Twitter user writes to him, 'Just stick to making your beautiful music, okay?'
Adam Levine has once again made a controversial statement. After slamming "American Idol" and MTV, the 32-year-old singer took a jab at Fox News with his recent tweet. "Dear Fox News, don't play our music on your evil f**king channel ever again. Thank you," so he wrote on Wednesday, October 19.
It is unclear what led him to unleash the angry tweet, but he has got backlashes from some fellow Twitter users. "Hey Moron 5, you bunch of no-talent hacks. Go get real jobs and stop polluting the EMS with your noise," one tweep under the name doulosChristou wrote, while mmcan43 responded, "Fox News is only evil to liberals. Just stick to making your beautiful music, okay?"
Some of the other tweets read, "Scratch Maroon 5 as a band I'll ever pay attention to again. Not a fan of bad falsetto anyway," "In other news his band changes name to Moron 5," and "Haven't recording artists learned *anything* from the Dixie Chicks? #ThinkBeforeYouSpeak."
Some other people predict the judge/mentor of "The Voice" will lose his fans following his statement. "Pretty sure @adamlevine lost a lot of fans today. The kind that embrace capitalism and record sales too, no less," one tweep wrote, while another one added, "wow, great way to lose a fan..."
Levine previously blasted FOX's reality show "Idol" for not allowing gay performers to come out of the closet from the start. "What's always pissed me off about 'American Idol' is wanting to mask that, for that to go unspoken," he said in an interview with OUT magazine.
The boyfriend of model Anne Vyalitsyna later slammed MTV regarding its Video Music Awards. "The VMA's. one day a year when MTV pretends to still care about music. I'm drawing a line in the sand. f*ck you VMA's," he stated just a day before the 2011 MTV VMAs took place in August.