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Adam Levine: Thanks U2 for Your 'Kick Ass' Private Jet!

Adam Levine: Thanks U2 for Your 'Kick Ass' Private Jet!

Adam Levine poses outside a plane on Wednesday (December 29).

“Dear U2, Thanks for letting us borrow your plane…it’s kick ass,” the 31-year-old Maroon 5 frontman tweeted.

“Just landed in Trinidad! Life just continues to be this long, continuously trippy adventure,” he added.

Adam and his bandmates will be performing at Trinidad & Tobago’s Hasley Crawford Stadium on Thursday (December 30) before jetting to New Jersey the next day for another show.

On New Year’s Day, Maroon 5 will play a show in Ontario, Canada. Check the band’s website for more info on their upcoming shows!

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  • Tom

    That is environmentally sound.

  • http://Ta Sligo ^_^ cute

    I wanna kick ass hehehe

  • Jack Bull

    They’re not borrowing anything. Do you think U2 is going to give them plane rides for $30K a pop? Unless its some kind of charity gig where all performers are donating everything.

    I doubt U2 is a fan of a p u ssy pop band from LA.

    and if throwaway homogenized follow the crowd pap is that all Mutt Lange could get out of them they will be……. well……..playing shows in Trinidad.

    How about a little reality?

  • Rockin Robyn

    Think it’s nice that the band loaned out their plane. I doubt Adam truly meant to say that the band gave them the plane to use. The management does all the planning, not Adam Levine.

    Oh and just so some of you folks know, Anne V was riding in style too on that plane.

  • Lee Marie

    Whats wrong with them playing in Trinidad? Trinidadians love a Maroon 5 concert just like anywhere else in the world and they’re being paid big bucks. This little shit country actually has oil. Word.

    p.s I will not be attending.
    p.p.s U2 would have been better.