Ryan Adams knows that his career will be over sooner or later. Years after suffering from criticisms, Adams stared to lose his fans and eventually, his career.
In a since-deleted post on Instagram, Adams said that he is only a few months away from losing his label, studio, and even his home.
As quoted by Digital Music News, the disgraced singer asked everyone to give him second chance in making music.
"I'm 46 and scared I'm gonna be living in my sister's basement," he proceeded. "If you are a label and interested, please let me know. Sent with love and humility. I already got dropped by [Universal Music Group's] Capitol twice."
His downfall came after the singer faced multiple accusations that he abused a number of people. But some kind-hearted fans left positive messages to encourage him amid the hardships.
Adams, on the other hand, requested the labels to at least let him know if they are planning to terminate his contract as a sign of respect.
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His career hit rock bottom starting February 2019 when seven women accused him of sexually abusing them.
Even his ex-wife, Mandy Moore, experienced the same sexual misconduct and psychological abuse.
Meanwhile, the most serious allegation against him involved a female named "Ava." Then-15-or-16-year-old woman reportedly shared over 3,217 text messages with the singer within nine months since they first talked on Twitter.
They reportedly never met in person. However, the two exchanged explicit topics which were very sensitive to an underage.
Adams' attorney, in return, defended his client and alleged that the woman told him that she was older than her real age. Adams was reportedly unaware that the woman was underage.
The singer-songwriter also developed a romantic relationship with a 20-year-old musician to whom he promised professional opportunities. Adams reportedly abused her and threatened her to commit suicide if she would not tell him her whereabouts.
The same victim reportedly received invitations to have inappropriate communication with him.
As a response to this, Adams shared an apology statement and admitted his mistakes.
"I am not a perfect man and I have made many mistakes. To anyone I have ever hurt, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply and unreservedly," he wrote