Adam Levine’s purportedly illicit DMs with a model go viral

The latest internet meme centers on Adam Levine’s purported Instagram direct messages to a model, with many users criticizing and making fun of the Maroon 5 singer for being “cringe.”

In a TikTok video, Sumner Stroh claimed she had an affair with the lead singer of Maroon 5. He said he “broke a line,” but he denied having an affair.

According to the meme, encyclopedia Know Your Meme, the “Adam Levine Cheating Scandal” meme first gained popularity earlier this week when Instagram model Sumner Stroh claimed on TikTok that she had an affair with him for a year.

Levine allegedly asked her whether he could name his child after her after their communication came to a stop, according to Stroh. Levine, who has been married to the model Behati Prinsloo since 2014, is apparently expecting his third kid.

Stroh released screenshots of the purported interaction after declining a request for comment. In just two days, her TikTok had received 1.5 million likes.

Tuesday, Levine responded to the accusations in an Instagram story. He stated he “broke a boundary during a regretful era in my life,” but he denied having an affair.

A request for more information on Thursday was not immediately answered by a Levine representative.

According to screenshots Stroh posted, one of the said messages said, “It is honestly ridiculous how f——— sexy you are.” The internet has continued to focus on these purported exchanges.

Many people found it difficult to ignore Levine’s apparent flirtatious behavior.

One user remarked, “the tremendously awful flirting is the most uncomfortable thing about adam Levine cheating, even more than the infidelity.

“Like man, you were named sexiest man alive at one time and you have zero games?” the person said.

Following the success of Stroh’s TikTok, a numb

One Twitter user shared the purported screenshot that has been circulating online, writing, “me at the hippie grocery shop trying to see if they have those cheddar snacks I enjoy.”

We should take away from the Adam Levine affair the phrase “I may need to see the booty,” which is actually a gift that needs to be added to our vernacular, said another Twitter user.

Adam Levine's purportedly illicit DMs with a model go viral

Others, meanwhile, cracked jokes about the purported message that said “really unreal how f——-g hot you are.”

One user wrote, “Me vs the hot pocket I just made.”

er of additional women came out to say that Levine had DM’d them.

The other accusations against Levine have not been addressed publicly, and the musician’s representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

According to Know Your Meme, a screenshot purportedly showing Levine stating “I may need to see the booty” in a message to a woman has made the rounds online.

Know Your Meme noted a number of responses in particular that received the most attention online, including a tweet from a user who shared a photo of Captain Barbossa from “Pirates of the Caribbean” with the caption “I may need to view the booty.”