Adam Levine Should Be FIRED From The Voice, Enraged Fans Say
After this season’s debacle, The Voice fans are saying that enough is enough.
It’s time for Adam Levine to leave The Voice and never return, longtime fans of the reality singing competition say.
The final straw was when he sold out a member of his own team in favor for another. That doesn’t sit well with anyone.
DeAndre Nico didn’t make it to the final eight semi-finalists on Season 15 of The Voice.
It wasn’t a lack of talent. It wasn’t a lack of effort.
If you ask The Voice fans, they’ll tell you that it’s because his coach, Adam Levine, summarily threw him under the bus.
When Nico was sick with laryngitis, his own coach urged fans to vote for his other team member instead of for him.
While viewers have nothing against 14-year-old Reagan Strange, they can’t help but feel like this was a betrayal.
And they’d like to see Levine booted from the show.
Adam Levine has tried to smooth ruffled feathers by putting his controversial promotion of Reagan behind him.
“It was a strange week, but it’s over now,” Levine said.
Levine then tried to affirm: “DeAndre’s my boy.”
“I love him,” the Maroon 5 singer insisted. “We talked.”
Talking might make Levine feel better, but it doesn’t change what the entire viewing audience saw him do.
People definitely asked DeAndre Nico what he thought about being summarily dismissed to give Reagan Strange a boost.
“It was just weird because I just felt like, not being rude, I just felt like he sold me out, you know?” Nico said.
Yes, we know.
“And I just don’t respect it,” Nico admitted. “Just being honest.”
That is very reasonable.
“We did our job, sick or not,” Nico pointed out.
“I just got over laryngitis, and when I came back, I still sang,” Nico continued.
He made it clear that nothing held him back from performing.
Nico added: “It wasn’t none of that anxiety or none of that stuff.”
“I know she’s a little kid, but it’s like man, you could have put in some words for me at all,” Nico lamented. “Like something, something.”
And audiences see things the same way.
The Voice fans took to Twitter to express their disgust with Levine’s behavior.
“Do y’all think it’s poetic justice that Adam Levine is a spectator for #VoiceFinale?” one asks.
“Is it his fault,” the tweet continues. “Or just the way the cookie crumbled??”
“I’ve been boycotting The Voice but I’m watching the finals tonight,” tweets another.
“Is anyone surprised that Adam Levine has no one in the finals?” the boycotter asks.
“You think that indicates that he’s not a good coach?” they conclude. “Just sayin’…”
“I still think, even after all the drama has passed, that Adam should leave The Voice,” yet another fan suggests
“The sour taste still hasn’t gone away,” they tweet, referring to Levine’s treatment of Nico.
“A great replacement would be Keith Urban,” they claim. “If we could ever get him off tour.”
Some would say that adding Keith Urban to a show that already has Blake Shelton would be at least one too many white country dudes.
Others would say that it could be the perfect excuse to give Blake the boot. Everybody’s got an opinion.
“Adam is despicable and needs to leave the show,” the tweet concludes. “Too late for graciously.”