After Adam Levine’s cheating scandal went viral on social media, Emily Ratajkowski said more about it. For those who don’t know, Emily Ratajkowski is a model and actress who is best known for her role on the TV show iCarly. Lying and Stealing, The Spoils Before Dying, Entourage, I Feel Pretty, We Are Your Friends, and a few more are some of her other works.
You should already know about the cheating claims that Instagram model Sumner Stroh has made against Adam Levine. Yes, it’s all about how the lead singer of Maroon 5 cheated on his pregnant wife of a long time, Behati. As soon as the scandal went viral on Tiktok and all the screenshots were made public, Emily Ratajkowski didn’t hold back and asked, “Why do we keep blaming women for mistakes?” Emily seems to have a reason for making this claim. Here are some things that fans should know about this situation.
Emily Ratajkowski Revealed More On Adam Levine’s Cheating Scandal
Adam Levine’s long-running scandal can be summed up in one word: cheating. Emily Ratajkowski went on her social media account to talk about this and share her thoughts on it.
Back in 2018, Emily Ratajkowski married the well-known actor and film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard. They also have a child, which is a blessing. But in July 2022, she asked for a divorce and told him that she was ready to legally part ways with him. How come? It was said that Sebastian was cheating on her. So, she could understand Adam Levine’s case pretty well.
Emily said on Tiktok that she doesn’t understand the idea and point of blaming women for the bad things men do. On this note, she said, “I don’t understand why we keep blaming women for men’s mistakes, especially when you’re talking about women in their 20s and 30s who have to deal with men twice their age in positions of power.” She said it was a way to trick people. In a relationship, it’s very important to be loyal, and the people in it have to be loyal.
Emily didn’t stop here, though. She said that the whole idea was “sexist.” What for? There is a problem like this in our society. No one tells men to change how they act, but they do tell women to change. She said it was just an example of “classic misogyny.”
Well, she didn’t change her mind about Adam Levine or say anything bad about him, though. When she made this post, Emily didn’t have much to say about anything. She told what she thought was right. She also said, “Dear women who cheat on their husbands with other men: You stink too, and we don’t feel sorry for you.” She thinks it’s about both women and men, not just women. Whoever has an extra relationship with someone they are already dating is the bad guy or girl, no matter what gender they are. She seems brave enough to tell the same thing. How do you feel about what Emily Ratajkowski thinks?