Amy Schumer jokes about ‘kicking with Adam Levine’

Amy Schumer couldn’t resist making fun of Adam Levine’s cheating scandal in a new interview, joking about spending time with the Maroon 5 frontman.

“What have I been up to?” the actress asked Jimmy Kimmel on Monday’s episode of his talk show. “I’ve had it mostly with Adam Levine. That’s me.”

Kimmel laughed and asked, “Your husband, [Chris Fischer]I take it, is that okay?”

When Schumer, 41, replied, “Oh my god, he totally respects my choices. We have a good sex life,” the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host, 54, called the chef, 42, a “good man.”

The comments from the “Inside Amy Schumer” alum come a week after Instagram model Sumner Stroh claimed she was having an affair with Levine, who shares two daughters with wife Behati Prinsloo and has a third child on the way.

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Amy Schumer joked that she “kicked it off with Adam Levine” amid his scandal.
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Following Stroh’s claims, at least four other women came forward with screenshots of alleged messages they received from the Grammy winner.

While Levine, 43, denied having a physical affair with Stroh, 23, in a Sept. 20 statement, he admitted he “crossed the line”.

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The married Maroon 5 frontman admitted via Instagram that he “crossed the line” with other women.
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The “Sugar” crooner added, “I used my judgment to talk to anyone other than my wife in ANY flirty way.”

Schumer isn’t the first celeb to joke about Levine’s scandal; Hilary Duff’s husband, Matthew Koma, and “Workaholics” alum Adam Devine also trolled him.

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo pose together at an event.
Levine shares two children with Behati Prinsloo and is expecting a third.
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Koma, 35, edited a photo of himself in an alleged direct message exchange Levine had, making it look like the “Payphone” singer was approving the DJ’s selfie skills.

“Holy f–k,” was the alleged message from Levine. “Holy f–king f–k. That body of yours is absurd.”

As for Devine, the 38-year-old actor clarified on Friday that he is “not Adam Levine,” despite their similar names.

“He’s a different man and a worse singer,” the “Pitch Perfect” star captioned an Instagram photo with his wife, Chloe Bridges, noting that they’re “doing it great and doing it strong.”

“We’re calling our future baby Sumner, though,” he continued, poking fun at Levine who reportedly asked Stroh if he could name his third baby after her.

While Prinsloo has yet to comment on the singer’s “She Will Be Loved” scandal, the pair have formed a united front by stepping out together multiple times this month.

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