Sorry, but it’s true. Adam Levine is just one of those people who thinks so highly of himself that he believes that he can do no wrong whatsoever, and it’s just hard not to hate people like that. You know, those people who do something that is unarguably wrong and they refuse to acknowledge it at all? I can’t stand those people. Adam Levine is those people.
This new story originated on Monday night’s episode of The Voice (I haven’t been watching this season, is it good?). Somehow the club The Roxy came up, and Adam Levine remembered a story about when Maroon 5 opened for Michelle Branch:
“I remember we opened for her at the Roxy, and they didn’t even give us a dressing room. I hate the Roxy. I’ll never play there again,” ranted Levine.
Then someone on the show tried to show the Roxy some love, but Levine wouldn’t let it go. “Oh, the Roxy is horrible. Don’t ever go there,” he said.
“They screwed us over,” he continued. “And now they’re paying for it.”
Oh, bless your heart, Adam Levine. So sorry you got to play a big club and open for a popular singer and you didn’t even get your own dressing room. I’m so sure you’re still crying about that incredible hardship.
Here’s where it gets hilarious though. The Roxy tweeted a little message to him, saying “We have officially named our dressing room after Adam Levine,” and then a winky face, and then this picture:
Then the owner of the club, Nic Adler, decided to make a statement:
“Maroon 5 played the Roxy at least five times,” he said. “[Adam's previous band] Kara’s Flowers played there like every weekend. I use Maroon 5 as an example of a hard-working band that played the Sunset Strip and played the clubs and blew up. And so when he said that…you know, the Roxy has no control over dressing rooms. If Michelle Branch is playing, it’s Michelle Branch’s show. And if her management says, ‘I want Michelle in this dressing room and I want her band in this other dressing room,’ we’re at the mercy of the headliner. For a band to think dressing rooms define how we treat bands is crazy.
That statement needed a little less reason and a lot more grovelling, if you ask me. How dare this man not realize the greatness that is Adam Levine? How dare he not declare him King of The Roxy and grant him access to every single inch of his property? He should have thrown Michelle Branch out on the street the minute Adam stepped into that building, and then he should have thrown himself at Adam’s feet, begging him to grant him the supreme gift of gazing upon his flawless face long enough for Adam to spit on him. Doesn’t this guy have any idea how the real world works?!