Who would have ever thought that Adele could ever show her ‘harder’ side. At a live performance of hers in London, she had some pretty harsh words for the people that committed this horrendous atrocity of the Brussels terror attacks on the Zaventem Airport and the Maalbeek Metro Station.
In the middle of putting on her live show at the O2 arena in London on this past Tuesday night, the British singer Adele addressed the horrible deaths of at least 34 people. Soon after the explosions, the Islamic Terror group ISIS had claimed responsibility for it. Adele spoke loud and proud, “Let’s make enough noise so they can hear us from here, right? We’re all here for the same reason,” she said during the show, as captured on video by a fan (Video seen here). “I’m hoping you’ve all come to be entertained by me. I’m here to entertain you, so we’re all united, so that makes us much better than them f***ers. You’re on your own, you f***ers.” . WHOA, good for Adele for speaking her mind on this.
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Later, the singer performing a moving rendition of her version of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love,” asking the crowd to sing along. “This is make you feel my love, and this is for Brussels tonight,” she said to the audience, who all lit up their cell phone screens to light up the entire arena. After finishing the song, Adele, who is now 27 years old, told the group, “I don’t think I’ve actually ever been so moved in my life.”
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