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Adam Levine's Bad Attitude and Poor Performance Brings Criticism after Maroon 5 Concert in Chile

By Kevin JP

After what's being labelled as a controversial performance, Adam Levine took to his Instagram story on Friday to apologize for his behavior during the live concert, which also happened to be broadcast on Chilean TV. Fans at the concert in Chile on Thursday night were not very willing to cut the frontman of Maroon 5 much slack after the band's set at the Viña del Mar festival, and they complained that his bad attitude did not sit well with them.

First & Foremost - 'Thank You'

Adam Levine addressed the complaints via his Instagram story by starting off with a big 'thank you' and expressing how honored he was to perform at such a prestigious event. Adam then went on to speak about how excited he is about the band's concerts, and that it's important the he and his fellow bandmates always give it their all. 'There were some things holding me back sonically last night, and I let them get to me, and it impacted how I was behaving onstage which was unprofessional, and I apologize for that', Levine said.

It Wasn't Easy To Hide The Struggle

Adam continued by saying that he struggled quite a bit and that it's really hard for him to mask the struggle, when he was speaking about some of the technical difficulties that took place during the show. Levine stressed that he really just wanted everything to look and sound good, insisting that Maroon 5 loves their Chilean fans and the band truly enjoys coming to Chile. He apologized again because he knows that the performance wasn't their best, but that's what they always strive to achieve.

Are Fans Being A Little Harsh?

The performance of Maroon 5 could potentially be described 'reluctant' more than anything else, but is still seemed to cause the band, and especially Levine, to appear 'less than thrilled' to be up on stage. However, their sound and enthusiasm did appear to improve as the show progressed. But Levine went on to confuse people because as Levine and Maroon 5 began to play and the crowd sang, everyone was puzzled when to Levine said, 'Well, if you want to do my job, go ahead.'

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