The petitioners even mentioned that Adam Levine, Maroon 5’s lead singer, has supported civil rights in the past. They said he was a strong advocate for LGBT rights and that the group once changed the location of a concert because the venue supported anti-gay marriage laws.
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“If the band can take a stand for LGBT rights, they should do the same for these players,” the creators said.
The petition has nearly hit its goal of 150,000 signatures. As of Wednesday morning, more than 110,000 had signed the document.
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