More Women Accuse Adam Levine Of Sexting/He & Wife All Smiles Amid DM Drama
Adam Levine looks to be in even more trouble with his wife. After Instagram model Sumner Stroh came forward with her allegations of an affair, several other women shared they received flirty texts from the Maroon 5 frontman. Well, now even more women have come forward to claim he sent them flirty texts, including his former Yoga instructor.
In an Instagram Story post she titled “Long overdue #ExposeAdamLevine,” former yoga teacher Alanna Zabel, who worked with Levine from 2007 to 2010, says he was guilty of sexting her, noting he once texted her, “I want to spend the day with you naked,” and he told pals she had “the best a** in town.”
Alanna says the texts resulted in her boyfriend flying into a jealous rage and says Adam “ignored it” when she told him, adding he “never apologized, removed me from the upcoming tour and iced me out during one of the most devastating times of my life…all from his one flirtatious text."
Doja Cat Was Only Kidding About Album Influence
As I told you last week, Doja Cat cited an unusual source of inspiration for her upcoming album - 90's German rave music. While music fans were intrigued - if not somewhat bewildered - the truth has now come out: Doja was trolling all of us.
“I’m not doing a German rave culture album you guys,” she wrote Tuesday. “I was pranking the outlet that interviewed me about it." But then, Doja proceeded to muddy the already murky waters. The Grammy winner continued to tease followers about what her next songs will or won’t entail. “I’m doing an R&B album,” she wrote. “Straight R&B no rap at all.” Then, she immediately contradicted herself. “Yall I was lying,” she tweeted. “I’m doing an experimental jazz album. I thought it would be funny to steer you into believing i was doing r&b cuz i knew it would work but I’m doing experimental jazz now, honest truth.”
So, jazz then? Psych! Doja went on to joke that no, it actually was going to be an R&B album with just one eight-bar rap verse featured on “the 34th song off the deluxe.” “That was also a lie,” she then countered. “There is no side A or side B. The album will have 8 sides and will come in a cube shape.” Then, to put the wraps on her troll-fest she posted a voice memo titled “the truth.” “I am putting out a rock album,” she said. “It’s going to have emo jams. The name of the album is called ‘Rock Out: Volume 1, The Abyss 5,000. I will be dying my hair… and wearing lots of plaid. I am entering a rock phase.”
Seems this Cat has nine...lies.
Taylor Swift Groups Her Song Lyrics According to What Kind of Pen She'd Use to Write Them
Taylor Swift was named songwriter-artist of the decade at the Nashville Songwriter Awards this week. And she revealed that she groups her lyrics into three distinct categories.
They are: Quill Lyrics, Fountain Pen Lyrics, and Glitter Gel Pen Lyrics. (???)
She said, quote, "I came up with these categories based on what writing tool I imagine having in my hand when I scribbled it down, figuratively. I don't actually have a quill. Anymore. I broke it once when I was mad."
Here's how she described the categories:
1. Quill Lyrics: "If the words and phrasings are antiquated, if I was inspired to write it after reading Charlotte Brontë or after watching a movie where everyone is wearing poet shirts and corsets."
2. Fountain Pen Lyrics: "A modern storyline or references, with a poetic twist. Taking a common phrase and flipping its meaning . . . the songs I categorize in this style sound like confessions scribbled and sealed in an envelope, but too brutally honest to ever send."
Example: "All Too Well"
3. Glitter Gel Pen lyrics: "Frivolous, carefree, bouncy, syncopated perfectly to the beat . . .
"Glitter Gel Pen lyrics are the drunk girl at the party who tells you that you look like an angel in the bathroom. It's what we need every once in a while in these fraught times in which we live."
Example: "Shake It Off"