Maroon 5 had no thought the title of its new album is a Males’s Rights slogan

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Maroon 5 introduced a brand new album yesterday, and whereas that might usually be trigger for celebration amongst individuals who like largely inoffensive pop rock, this album announcement left individuals a little bit confused in regards to the band’s intentions. That’s as a result of the brand new album is known as Purple Capsule Blues, which looks like a reference to a web based group of lonely misogynists who’ve satisfied themselves that feminism is destroying humanity and that they’re oppressed by ladies and beta males. The time period “pink tablet” originated in The Matrix, however it has lately been co-opted by Males’s Rights Activists to imply that they’ve “woken up” to the “reality” that ladies are evil, that it’s feminism’s fault that no person likes them, and that fedoras are literally tremendous cool and classy.

To resolve this and determine if Adam Levine and the remainder of Maroon 5 are literally MRA creeps who spend an inordinate period of time on Reddit speaking about “cucks,” Loss of life And Taxes reached out to a spokesperson for the band and immediately requested if it was an MRA reference. Right here’s what the spokesperson mentioned:

The title references a time period popularized in The Matrix. It was by no means the band’s intention to reference anything. The band is shocked that this has even come up.

So, it seems that it’s not a nod to digital misogyny in any respect, however an precise reference to The Matrix. The Loss of life And Taxes story doesn’t say if Maroon 5 intends to alter the title, however since Justin Timberlake one way or the other received away with a track known as “Take Again The Evening” a couple of years in the past, possibly it doesn’t actually matter.

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