Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine talked about a fan who jumped onto the stage and grabbed his arm during a recent concert. A video of the incident is spreading rapidly through social media. In the clip, Adam is seen shaking a fan and shocked while guards take her away.
Adam took the singer to the gigantic stage when a female fan jumped onto the stage midway through the show. Another video of the incident shows Adam knocking on a microphone stand as he moves to the other end of the stage to continue the show.
Many fans understood and sympathized with Adam’s reaction, while others criticized Adam’s response to being more humble. Adam commented on the incident in his Instagram story, and the flag he admired and admired by his fans. He said his reaction was shocking and not with malicious intent.
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He said, “I’ve always been someone who loves, respects and admires our fans. Without our fans we have no job – I always tell our fans. What I think we’ll believe. If you are less than us, your stomach will just turn over.
“I just want you guys to know, I’m really surprised. And sometimes when you’re startled, you have to shake it off and move on – because I’m doing my job upstairs. That’s what I’m proud of. Let me know what your mind is. “I want to give, and the link that exists between the band performing on stage and the fans is in my heart. I hope we can all understand that.”
Some fans defended Adam’s reaction in comments on the TikTok video, while one fan said, “She got him. He was visibly uncomfortable. He’s human. Personal space is a basic right. I can’t say he wouldn’t feel it. Someone The third fan insisted, “It’s unreasonable and unnecessary to expect celebrities to be superior to others.”
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On the other hand, another fan wrote, “You have to calm down. It was a 10000% correct reaction.”
Maroon 5 was performing at the Hollywood Bowl over the weekend for Audacy’s 8th annual We Can Survive show. The event is said to have raised more than $700,000 for the American Suicide Prevention Foundation.
Story premiere: Thursday, October 28, 2021 16:07 [IST]