We are debating whether Adam Levine still has moves like Jagger.
Maroon 5 frontman, 40, debuted a bold hairstyle on Instagram this week. Nicknamed his new "make a" maize hawk ", the former judge of" The Voice "is currently showing off three bleached blond braids in the center of his head with shaved sides and – wait – a rattail.
Of course, fans are shaken by Levine's so-called "corn hawk", including celebrity stylist Bradley Irion, 47, who has nominated transgender actress "Orange Is the New Black" Laverne Cox, a former star of "Real Housewives of New York" Kelly Killoren Bensimon and actress Sarah Michelle Gellar, to name a few.
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"It's not necessarily his best, to say the least," says Irion to The Post. "It looks like I'm trying to be something that's not. Personally, I'm not looking for this fashionable look."
Just like Irion, the people on Twitter don't have it. "Dear Adam Levine … look at your life and then look at your choices", criticized one person.
"Adam Levine puts his hair in his hair screams of despair. Dying career, he imagined he could mix the pot … "another intervened.
People are not just casting an important shadow, they are also saying that Levine could go through a mid-life crisis. "I think Adam Levine is going through a half-life crisis. Okay Adam, I keep trying to make the bangs work, "one person joked.
"Adam Levine … .. all is well at home ??????????????" added another.
Some are even accusing the singer "Girls Like You" of cultural appropriation. "Look, I'm just dealing with rockin, your style and what you're doing." But someone, please, tell Adam Levine that white dreadlocks are NEVER OK ", wrote an angry fan.
"Will he be accused of cultural appropriation? I'm just checking to see which way the offended winds are blowing today, "he asked another.
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Whether cultural appropriation or not, these reactions trigger another necessary debate: whose new hairstyle is worse: Levine's star or "Stranger Things" Joe Keery?
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