Recently, world-class singer Adele guest starred in a YouTube video by beauty vlogger Nikkie de Jager, entitled The Power of Makeup: Adele!. In the video, the singer not only talks about her new album, she also reveals that she doesn’t know the passwords for her social media accounts.
“I was never allowed my passwords for my socials before,” Adele told Nikkie de Jager, as reported by Elle.
The beauty vlogger then asked a question about it. “Oh was that because you kept responding to everyone?” she asked.
Adele replied that it happened because her team was afraid that she would post weird things when she was drunk.
“No no I think they were just worried that if I got drunk or annoyed … Not really about responding to anyone, more just posting my general thoughts,” the famous singer said.
However, when the Covid-19 pandemic arrived, Adele was given access to her social media accounts which she used to send memes to her friends. “In Covid they let me have my password,” she stated.
“Obviously the internet was just on fire during COVID. It kept everyone’s morale up,” added the 33-year-old singer.
Unfortunately, after Adele uploaded a photo, her management team took her password away again. “It’s the only picture I ever posted myself, and then they took my password away from me again,” said Adele.
Although Adele did not reveal which photo, she was seemingly referring to a photo of herself wearing a Jamaican flag-print bikini top and Bantu Knots, which has sparked controversy and accused her of cultural appropriation.
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In her recent interview with British Vogue, Adele said that she would not delete the post because she wanted to learn from her mistake.
“I could see comments being like, ‘The nerve to not take it down,’ which I totally get, but if I take it down, it’s me acting like it never happened. And it did. I totally get why people felt like it was appropriating,” Adele explained to the fashion magazine.
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