This is Adam Suseno, not Adam Levine

This is Adam Suseno, not Adam Levine
This is Adam Suseno, not Adam Levine

JAKARTA, – Dangdut singer Inul Daratista invites her husband, Adam Suseno, to the Pestapora stage at Gambir Expo, Kemayoran, Jakarta, Friday (23/9/2022).

When Adam Suseno was called by Inul Daratista to come on stage, the audience immediately became hysterical.

The audience is dominated by women.

Not wanting to take Adam Suseno away, Inul Daratista immediately hugged her husband.

Also read: Performing at Pestapora, Inul Daratista will invite Adam Suseno to go on stage

“Mas Adam is not a crocodile, you know. Here, Mas Adam, don’t shake,” said Inul Daratista before singing “Arjunanya Crocodile”.

“This is Mas Adam, not Adam Levine,” said Inul Daratista while hugging Adam Suseno.

On the same occasion, Inul Daratista explained a little about her love journey with Adam Suseno.

Also read: 27 years of marriage and still harmonious, Inul Daratista: Sincerely accepts and enjoys all the shortcomings

“But what is clear is that he is not a crocodile. He has planted me from being a virgin until I am not. His assistant is a crocodile, the important thing is that you are not a crocodile,” said Inul Daratista.

Inul Daratista showed an energetic stage act.

Just like the usual stage, he showed a rocking drill.

Besides “Arjunanya Crocodile”, Inul Daratista performed the songs “Shaken Shake”, “The Past”, “Pamer Bojo”, “Crocodile Buntung”, “Ojo Dibandingke” and “Goyang Inul”.

Also read: Inul Daratista’s words when Adam Suseno was compared to Adam Levine

It is known, previously the name Adam Suseno suddenly became the spotlight after rumors emerged of singer Adam Levine cheating on his wife.

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The article is in Indonesian

Tags: Adam Suseno Adam Levine

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