Emily Ratajkowski revealed more after Adam Levine’s cheating scandal went viral on social media. For the ones who aren’t aware, Emily Ratajkowski is a model and an actress known popularly for iCarly. Some of her other works include- Lying and Stealing, The Spoils Before Dying, Entourage, I Feel Pretty, We Are Your Friends, and a few more.
By now, you must be well aware of the cheating allegations that have been made against Adam Levine by the Instagram model Sumner Stroh. Yes, it’s all about the Maroon 5 frontman cheating on his long-time pregnant wife, Behati. As soon as the scandal went viral on Tiktok, with all the screenshots made to the public, Emily Ratajkowski didn’t hold back and questioned, “Why do we keep blaming women for mistakes?” It seems like Emily has her story behind this statement. Here is what the fans should know related to this context.
Emily Ratajkowski Revealed More On Adam Levine’s Cheating Scandal
Adam Levine’s ongoing scandal can briefly be summed as infidelity. About this, Emily Ratajkowski made it to her social media account, sharing her views on the same.
Emily Ratajkowski married the famous film producer and actor Sebastian Bear-McClard, back in 2018. They are also blessed with a child. However, in July 2022, she filed for divorce and shared her willingness to part ways legally with him. But why? Sebastian was alleged to be cheating on her. So, she could relate pretty well with Adam Levine’s case.
On Tiktok, Emily shared that she doesn’t understand the concept and the reason behind blaming women for the wrongdoings of men. On this note, she said, “I don’t understand why we continue to blame women for men’s mistakes, especially when you’re talking about 20-something-year-old women dealing with men in positions of power who are twice their age.” She called it to be manipulative. Being loyal in a relationship is very important, and the people involved in it are obligated to be so.
Emily didn’t just stop here. She addressed the entire concept to be “sexism.” For what? There is this problem in our culture. Nobody asks men to change their behavior but asks women to adjust. She called it nothing but a “classic misogyny.”
Well, she didn’t drop her opinion or anything negative about Adam Levine, though. Emily was very neutral at the time of making this post. She shared what she feels right. In addition to this, she even said, “Dear women who cheat with married men: You s**k too, and we don’t feel sorry for you.” She feels like it’s not just about women but also men. Whoever is sharing an extra affair outside, already being in a relationship, is the culprit, irrespective of gender. She appears to be brave enough to share the same. What do you think of Emily Ratajkowski’s thoughts?