February 18, 2019
Ryan Adams with ex-wife Mandy Moore.
After the news dropped that Ryan Adams is a bad boyfriend in a metoo-type report by the New York Times, he has suffered very serious professional problems, and this might actually end up destroying his career.
Ryan Adams is suffering some major fallout after multiple women accused him of manipulative behavior and of pursuing female artists for sex in a New York Times expose.
The singer has been dropped by three major sponsors, had his upcoming album release canceled and been quickly dropped from the airwaves as radio stations remove his songs from rotation.
Adams has remained silent on the subject ever since issuing a disjointed set of tweets hours after the expose went online in which he apologized ‘deeply and unreservedly’ to his possible victims but then claimed that the allegations being made by these women were ‘misrepresented,’ ‘exaggerated’ and ‘outright false.’
Billboard spoke to multiple radio stations who had been playing Adams in heavy rotation prior to the Time story on Wednesday, with a handful agreeing to comment on the decision to drop his current single, F*** the Rain.
‘Once we got his texts of him sexually harassing a 14-year-old girl, it was like, no, we have to stop,’ said one programmer at a Virginia station.
‘As of midnight, it’s gone. I mean, all of it. The entire catalog.’
Benson, who sponsors Adams and provides the singer sand his band with amplifiers, also released a statement announcing its decision to cut ties in the wake of the Times expose.
‘We are saddened and surprised by the recent allegations against Mr. Ryan Adams as documented in the New York Times,’ said company president Christopher Benson.
‘We have decided to suspend our relationship with Mr. Adams at this moment, and will no longer move forward with the development of the Ryan Adams signature model. We have no further comment at this time.’
Walrus Audio and JHS Pedals were also quick to release statements in the wake of the Times piece saying they will discontinue sales of Adams’ branded products.
And the first of his three planned album releases for 2019, Big Colors, has been canceled.
Retailers are now offering to return money already spent on advance orders and Adams’ Pax-Am has deleted all pages that make mention of the album
I honestly didn’t think this would happen.
We are entering a new era of the metoo phenomenon.
All Adams did was:
- Get lied to by a teenage girl who contacted him on Skype and said she was older than she was
- Date women who pursued him to help their careers
- Get married to a woman and then fail to help her music career
And they are painting him as the new kind of predatory monster.
One of the slutty women he dated posted to Instagram saying something something something.
View this post on Instagram
It’s been a weird week and I wanted to say a couple things. Thank you from my whole fucking heart to my friends, my bands, my mom. They all supported and validated me. They told me that what had happened was fucked up and wrong, and that I was right to feel weird about it. I couldn’t have done this without them. Ryan had a network too. Friends, bands, people he worked with. None of them held him accountable. They told him, by what they said or by what they didn’t, that what he was doing was okay. They validated him. He couldn’t have done this without them. Guys, if your friend is acting fucked up, call them out. If they’re actually your friend, they’ll listen. That’s the way this all gets better.
Understand: there are no accusations of rape. There are no Weinstein-type accusations of sex for favors.
Go read my thing about it.
They have simply accused him of dating them and acting like a beta-male, sending them jealous text messages. And Mandy Moore, his ex-wife, said that she only married him to try to help her career and that the marriage didn’t help her career and she is angry about that.
Every single divorced woman on earth has a story about how she only got married because the man tricked her, but I have never heard of a woman being so straightforward about this as to say “he tricked me into thinking he could help my career and then he didn’t help my career.”
A New Era of Goyish Metoo
Basically, all of the previous metooed celebrities were Jews who did really weird and aggressive sexual things to women. Like Mark Halprin, a Jew journalist accused of pulling out his dick and laying it on the shoulder of a woman sitting in a chair while she wasn’t looking.
Or Harvey Weinstein, a Jew movie producer accused of masturbating into a potted plant in front of a woman in a kitchen.
Or Louis CK, a Jewish comedian accused of whipping out his dick at parties and forcing women to watch him masturbate in front of them.
Or Al Frankin, the Jewish politician who was photographed grabbing a Filipina’s breasts while she was asleep.
It was pretty much all Jews doing very Jewish things.
So they’re flipping the script, making it so simply having beta-male relationship problems – of the kind you can hear about in any Ryan Adams song – means you can be metooed.
I think this is a clear move by the Jews to smudge the metoo statistics, because everyone was starting to notice that metoo is a very Jewish phenomenon.
The actually funny Jew Larry David even said it.
If Ryan Adams is the new standard for metooing – and all these journalists have to do is call up some random goy’s ex-girlfriends and see if they want to say bad things about him – then we’ve entered a realm where basically everyone is going to get metooed.
I said this attack on Adams was a test balloon to see if they could crucify a man based on him being a bad boyfriend. And it worked.
Yes, in the Adams story there was a part about some internet jailbait tricking him into jacking off on Skype. But that was just a transitionary piece, to lead into that meat of the new type of accusations, which are “I had a relationship with him that looking back now I didn’t enjoy.”
The new law is: if a woman does not enjoy every single second of her time with you, you must pay, because you are guilty of abusing her by not making her feel nonstop joy.