Seal apologized for a series of angry tweets he posted following marijuana bust which involved fellow coach on Australia's "The Voice", Joel Madden. "I want to apologize for my rant earlier. Joel is one of my best friends and I was really hurting for him," he explained in several Twitter posts.
"I want to say I have loved being in Australia, I've loved working on 'The Voice' and with an incredibly talented group of Australian artists," he explained further, adding, "It's been almost 11 weeks away from my kids and me saying 'I can't wait to go home' was me missing being home with them."
Previously, it was reported that a cleaner discovered less than 5 grams marijuana in the Good Charlotte frontman's Sydney hotel room. The police was contacted and later responded to the report. The husband of Nicole Richie took to social media, saying that a small amount of prohibited drug was found in his room, but he was not charged.
The drug bust report received much attention from local media. Seal, however, did not like the idea of his friend being entangled in negative headlines. "All my brother (Madden) has done since he's been here is serve this country by attending numerous kids' hospitals, homeless shelters, provide time and love for disabled kids. And not to mention bring hope to aspiring artists across the nation with his authenticity and heart... Yet having a joint in the privacy of his hotel room is worthy of front page news?" the former husband of Heidi Klum said in Twitter posts which are no longer available.
"Way to respect a guest in your country trash media, way to make us feel welcome. Keep it up. Sure we'll be back next year. And yes, I say we because it's just a matter of time before you gun us all down. It's a shame. I for one will not stand by and watch you attempt to destroy my brother, you gun one you gun us all! I'm done here. Can't wait to go home," Seal's Twitter posts allegedly read.