Adele is known for her powerful voice and her witty banter with her fans during her concerts. But sometimes, she has to deal with some rude and disrespectful behavior from some of the audience members.
One such incident happened during her show in Sydney, Australia, in 2017, when someone threw a bracelet at her on stage. Adele was not amused by this gesture and called out the person who did it.
“I dare you to throw something at me,” she said, holding up the bracelet. “Come on, I dare you. See what happens. You’re brave enough to throw something at me but you’re not brave enough to say hello.”
She then added, “I’m not here to be abused by you. I’m here to entertain you and have a good time with you.”
Adele’s response was met with cheers and applause from the rest of the crowd, who appreciated her standing up for herself and other singers who have faced similar situations.
Throwing objects at singers is not only rude and disrespectful, but also dangerous and potentially harmful. It can cause injuries, damage equipment, or disrupt the performance. It also shows a lack of appreciation and respect for the artist and their work.
Singers are human beings who deserve to be treated with dignity and kindness. They put a lot of effort and emotion into their craft and they share it with us for our enjoyment and inspiration. They are not targets for our frustration or boredom.
The next time you go to a concert, remember to be courteous and respectful to the singer and to your fellow concertgoers. Don’t throw anything at them, unless it’s flowers or confetti. And don’t forget to say thank you and show your appreciation for their amazing talent.