A co-host on NBC’s popular “The Voice” is taking a lot of flak from a remark he made on the show’s Tuesday night airing. Apparently not realizing his microphone was hot, Adam Levine was heard to say, “I hate this country.”
He made the remark after one of the show’s contestants, country artist Amber Carrington was “saved by America.”
Levine explained in a series of tweets afterwards that he was merely joking when he made the comment.
Still another explanation is that Levine was speaking of “country” as a music genre and not the nation. In support, he tweeted the following definition for “misunderstanding:”
That, at least, is his excuse. But this morning isn’t the only time Levine took to the Twitterverse. He also did so last year when, during the heat of a presidential election. He implored his followers to re-elect Barack Obama or “I’m gonna lose my sh*t.”
In commenting on the above tweet, Mediaite’s Andrew Kirell noted that celebrities like Levine “just spout off narcissistic political rants that provide nothing but fodder for bloggers like me to mock them.”
I nan’t say for sure where his head is at — I’m merely trying to present the full picture. I will offer Levine one bit of advice, however: Don’t let the screen door hit you in the derriere on the way out.
The clip of his comment follows. What’s your take on it?
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