Twitter is having an absolute field day with Adam Levine's alleged racy DMs

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"I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner," Levine said in a statement.Shlomi Pinto/Getty Images.
  • An influencer accused Adam Levine of having an affair with her and sending her flirtatious DMs.

  • Levine denied the affair but said he used "poor judgment" in speaking in a "flirtatious manner."

  • Since then, at least two other women also said they received messages from the Maroon 5 singer.

It's a bad week to be Adam Levine.

The longtime singer of Maroon 5 is in the hot seat after a 23-year-old influencer Sumner Stroh accused him of having a year-long affair with her while married to his wife, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo.

In response to Stroh's initial TikTok video, which revealed screenshots between the two, Levine released a statement denying an affair, but acknowledging that he "crossed a line."

"I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner."

In the days following Stroh's revelatory TikToks, at least two other women have come forward to say they'd also received flirtatious messages from "The Voice" judge.

More screenshots of Levine's sometimes aggressive (alleged) flirting appeared in the ether.

And then came the memes.

Some memes have been mocking his cringe-y texts:

 

The news gave a lot of people a chance to let out their feelings about "The Voice" coach and Maroon 5:

Gaga stans felt vindicated:

And Taylor Swift fans got in on the dunking, too:

And then things took a turn when two other women released additional screenshots:

 

Twitter users were more than a little stunned:

While others were angry:

 

And some just wanted to talk about it:

But no matter how the Adam Levine texts made you feel:

 

Just remember:

 

 

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