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Adele calls out ‘throwing’ and ‘violent’ behaviors during concerts

Throwing stuff at an artist onstage during a concert is becoming a trend and should not be normalized, so it’s a good thing that a big artist is calling out this trend.

Adele discussed this ‘disturbing’ trend that was somehow done on other performing artists and cheekily called it out during the Weekends with Adele show.

“Have you noticed how people are like, forgetting f—ing show etiquette at the moment? People just throwing s— on stage, have you seen them?” said the 35-year-old singer whilst holding a T-shirt gun.

“I f—ing dare you. Dare you to throw something at me and I’ll fucking kill you,” she joked via a fan-captured video.

The singer has been calling out this habit of people at concerts due to other artists experiencing such violent behavior. Just last month, Bebe Rexha was rushed on exiting the stage after a concert-goer threw a phone at her face.

Ava Max also became a target of violent behavior when a concert-goer went on the stage to slap her. She tweeted a response to that incident and claimed that the concertgoer would ‘never coming to a show again’.

Kelsea Ballerini also called out this type of behavior on shows and said that “If anyone’s pushing too much or you just have that gut feeling, just always flag it. Don’t throw things. You know?”


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