Adam Levine responds to critics after Maroon 5's Super Bowl performance

Adam Levine responds to critics after Maroon 5's Super Bowl performance

Adam Levine responds to critics after Maroon 5's Super Bowl performance

Adam Levine with the only celebration dance so far tonight. Yikes. Not exactly the comments Levine likely expected to hear regarding his on-stage wardrobe.

Post the show, Adam Levine took to Instagram and wrote an emotional post about the opportunity of getting to perform at the SBHTS.

"Super Bowl halftime nipple rules feel inconsistent", ESPN host Katie Nolan tweeted.

Some viewers are fuming over the fact that it's okay for Adam to go topless - even though he did keep his "daddy bracelets" on for his daughters - when Janet Jackson's nip slip, which went down during the Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show in 2004, was met with huge and immediate backlash.

While their performances garnered mixed reactions, one move by the lead singer of Maroon 5, Adam Levine, prompted a discussion on the double standards between male and female artists in the entertainment industry.

"I've never been more excited in my life to present this to the people because I believe that it's truly a reflection of all of us", Levine said. We thank our fans for making our dreams possible.

So shoutout to internet hooligans, who made Maroon 5's underwhelming halftime performance at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta more memorable.

The sportsman made headlines past year with his refusal to stand for the National Anthem, in a protest against police brutality and institutional racism. "I'd like to think that people know where I stand as a human being after two decades of doing this".

Whether those "critics" he noted had pushed him to consider the protests of others, reevaluate a show which some deemed "boring", or simply to change stylists, well... we'll let you be the judge.

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