Emily Ratajkowski commented on TikTok on the latest news on the singer of Maroon 5Since the scandal broke out, nothing else has been talked about online.
These days Adam Levine, singer of Maroon 5, is in the eye of the social storm for an alleged betrayal of his wife, the model Behati Prinsloo from whom he is expecting his third child.
It all started on TikTok, and on TikTok, it’s continuing.
Model and influencer Sumner Stroh, 23, posted a video where she showed some rather dubious messages received by the singer: “I had a secret affair with a married man”, she stated, illustrating that at she was “young and naive “.
He claims that there was only one flirtation, but this was not enough to silence the rumours and ease the wave of criticism that has been poured on him.
Stroh is also being covered in hateful messages, so much so that in her defence, but without explicit references, Emily Ratajkowski has also spoken.
Stroh said she decided to release the video after acquaintances of his got hold of the screenshots of the conversation with Levine and tried to sell them.
She said she felt teased by the singer who, after months of not hearing from her, wrote to her telling her he was expecting her third child and asking her if she could call him Sumner, like her.
“I’m embarrassed to have been involved with a man with this disrespect,” said the girl, but many, on TikTok, argue that Stroh is as guilty as Levine of the wrong suffered by his wife and children.
“He knew he was married; he could have easily ignored the messages and instead chose to participate in the betrayal,” actress Sara Foster told TikTok.
Emily Ratajkowski, however, is of another opinion.
Emrata commented on Foster’s video stating, “I don’t understand why we continue to blame women for men’s mistakes, especially when it comes to 20-year-olds dealing with men in positions of power who are twice their age.”
Adam Levine’s betrayal to his wife and Emily Ratajkowski’s statement
Ratajkowski, who in his book, On my body, said she was harassed by older men who made fun of her, argues that it is the person in a relationship who must be faithful and that there is underlying misogyny in blaming “the other woman”.
In our culture, according to the model, women are pushed to pit themselves against each other while men end up being justified by their impulses.
We do not consider the power relations; we do not realize that we are talking about twenty-year-olds in front of famous men and “twice their age”.
“We say ‘Oh, men are monsters, they’re terrible, they’re horrible, but we don’t hold them accountable, and we blame other women,” said Emrata without ever naming Levine directly.
“We ask women to change their behaviour instead of saying that men have to change theirs.”
“It’s sexism,” she concluded in the video with over 56,000 likes, “it’s classic misogyny.”