This week, the girlies of TikTok conspired to expose Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine as one serial text scammer– and a strange one at that. Aside from roasting the married father of two (with a third child on the way!) for asking his rumored mistress for permission to name his next child after her, Twitter has since become a cesspool of Tweets and memes mocking Levine’s sexts. The sexts in question were indeed brimming with surprising crowds thirst and despair by a man once named persons‘s The hottest man in the world: “I might need to see the booty,” reads one, with a follow-up simply saying, “Fuckkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.” Another messaged: “It’s really unreal how freaking hot you are. Like it blows my mind.”
All of this has raised much more important questions: why are rich famous men so bad at sexting? Is there even such a thing as a “good” sext? Maybe all the sexts just look a little awkward when decontextualized by the heat of the moment?
But some celebrity sexts are just…clearly weird. May I draw your attention to the leaked (also extramarital) sexts of former Democratic US Senate nominee Cal Cunningham, in which he calls a woman “historically sexy 😘” and says her suggestion to hang out with him “sounds so hot and so fun!”
And because this world seems to be a bottomless pit full of horny, entitled, famous men, there’s more, a lot of more where that came from. Join me as I read through the terribly written flirting and fucking attempts of rich, famous people – and thank God they have money, because I have a feeling that without it they would lead a pretty lonely life.
https://jezebel.com/the-cringiest-public-figure-sexts-of-all-time-1849570268 The Cringiest Public Figure Sexts Ever