Adam Levine is in "Misery."
The 32-year-old Maroon 5 singer asked Fox News to stop playing his band's music on their "evil f-cking channel" in a Wednesday Twitter post, prompting several of the network's anchors to fight back.
"Dear Adam Levine, don't make crappy f-cking music again," Fox News host Andy Levy, 45, wrote. "Thank you."
Redeye host Greg Gutfeld posted a series of tweets aimed at the outspoken "Voice" mentor, beginning with a juvenile joke: "Why did Maroon 5 cross the road?" he asked. "Because crappy music is legal there!"
Gutfeld, 47, then retweeted some of Levine's musings and added some sarcastic commentary. (Sample tweet : names that sound alike: Maroon 5 and crap. @adamlevine Names that sound alike: @kelseygrammer and @chelseahandler.)
Levine has never shied away from stirring up controversy on Twitter. In August, he blasted the MTV Video Music Awards, calling it the "one day a year when MTV pretends to still care about music."
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