Adam Levine may sing, "Your sugar, yes, please, won't you come and put it down on me," but he didn't mean it literally.
"Your sugar. Yes, please. Won't you come and put it down on me?" http://t.co/Y8qecHL2Y6 pic.twitter.com/aEUoQ8tbd9
— E! Online (@eonline) May 7, 2015
On his way to the Jimmy Kimmel Live Hollywood studio, Adam Levine got sugar-bombed by a fan. There's no clear reason why right now. Maybe he thought all of Maroon 5's songs were secret messages to him?
The suspect was apprehended by security and is being charged with battery. Yikes! Weird how randomly throwing a bunch of sugar in a famous person's face could have serious repercussions.
If you're thinking that having a hit song with a food title will get some of that food thrown at you, I've already copyrighted "Waffle Fries" as a title, so back off.