How Keve Adams gets hurt by criticism: 'I receive verbal insults that few artists get'

How Keve Adams gets hurt by criticism: ‘I receive verbal insults that few artists get’

ALPE D'HUEZ, FRANCE - JANUARY 22: Kev Adams attended the 25th edition of L'Alpe d'Huez International Comedy Film Festival - Day 6 on January 22, 2022 in Alpe d'Huez, France.  (Photo by Arnold Jerocki/Getty Images)

How Keve Adams has been hurt by criticism: “I am verbally abused as so few artists do” (Photo by Arnold Jeroki/Getty Images)

On Tuesday, August 23, 2022, TF1 will broadcast the fourth season of “Mask Singer” with, who is still on the jury, Kev Adams. The young comedian is used to TV shows and has been performing the show for many years now. And if a loyal audience follows him, then another part of the viewers is always sharper. The criticism received by How Adams has long been in silence…

Remember: In 2010, a 19-year-old, barely out of high school, caused quite a stir on France 2, “On n’demande qu’en rire.” Each evening, in front of Laurent Ruquier’s cast, Kev Adams doubles up with drawings directly inspired by his adolescence. This is the beginning of a beautiful story with the French public. The problem is that since then, it’s been how Adams is far from this troubled teenage personality. And that, some people find it hard to admit…

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Kev Adams has been heavily criticized since his debut

It’s hard to get rid of this stubborn image. How Adams knows something about it. Since its inception, she has often been at the center of fierce criticism and debate on social networks, with some netizens mocking her, whose sense of humor was not so tempted by her. Even the manager in question chose to use it. In 2021, he starred in the movie “Haters”, in which he played a YouTuber targeted by online hate, who ended up meeting his haters. Until then, Keef Adams had always preferred to remain silent in the face of the waves of criticism he had received. But the movie opened Pandora’s box. Therefore, in an interview with Télé Loisirs, he was naturally captivated by the hate messages he had always been the subject of: “My report is so simple, even perfectly healthy. I read the messages from time to time that are sent to me. When it’s love, I respond with love. When There is hate, I just try to ignore it.”

Unfortunately, the “haters” gave way to other reviews. This time in the movie “Retirement House” he played Kevin Adams which unfortunately was not at all unanimous on the side of the professional press … and the general public. It’s hard, then, for the 31-year-old comedian not to take things personally. “Being a little divisive is not a concern, but in my case, people systematically write words that go beyond simple criticism. I receive verbal violence that few artists experience” in the columns of Télé 7 jours. And to share his lack of understanding: “I’m trying to protect myself, but it’s complicated. I find it hard to understand why. It’s not because I don’t question myself.”

Over time, Kev Adams had no choice but to protect himself from the torrent of hatred, as he confided last April to Parisien: “These criticisms reach me less and less. In celebration of the good and bad reviews, I read them because I do not want to isolate myself from the world, but I am progressing quickly” .

“I was told I had a watermelon”

In addition to criticism of his drawings and the films in which he plays, Kefe Adams is often commented on about his character. En 2019 par exemple, alors qu’il était l’invité de Thomas Sotto sur les ondes de RTL, l’humoriste a été confronté à sa “double réputation”: celle “d’être très drôle, mais aussi de ne pas toujours être” Very pleasant”. “To show off a little. Did you get a watermelon or not?” Downed Thomas Soto. And how answered Kev Adams, a little confused: “That’s what I’ve been told, yes, I have a watermelon. Honestly, it’s very hard to realize. We’ll talk to each other very frankly, to say ‘No’ today might be a liar. I think there were times In my life I may not have realized how lucky I was. So I was a little detached from reality. I don’t feel like I was aware of that.”

As if to justify himself, Kev Adams spoke accurately of the fierce criticism he was subjected to early in his career: “Of course it affects you, it hurts you. When you do this job and you start out so young, there is no will to make a living from it. When I started, the star system, the critics, the press, the money… I had no idea it was all. But of course, sometimes I might have misbehaved a little bit and I apologize for that.”

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Added to this is the difficulty of maintaining a healthy relationship with your image as you grow up in the spotlight. More so when one is constantly criticized for their nature. Also on the topic, how Adams actually explained his difficulties: “When I started this job, I was very young, and every time I first saw pictures, I got a big hit from the elderly. J’ I’m in my thirties hard. I have more And more problems in my body.” Especially since the young man had already returned from afar. As a kid, he had to put up with his buddies’ bullying, as he explained on Clique: “I know what it means to be stigmatized, to step aside. I was overweight when I got to Neuilly. They called me,” Popol said. Today, Kev Adams is trying to come to terms with his image away from criticism…

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