Adele Takes a Stand Against Concertgoers’ Onstage Object-Throwing Trend

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Putting Safety Center Stage

During her Las Vegas residency, Adele took a moment to address a concerning trend in the concert scene: fans throwing objects onstage, often resulting in injuries to the artists. The renowned singer made it clear that she wants her fans to find alternative ways to express their love and admiration.

In a video shared on Twitter, Adele humorously highlighted the lack of show etiquette prevalent among some concertgoers. She expressed her dismay, saying, “Have you noticed how people are like forgetting show etiquette at the moment? People just throwing s—t onstage. Have you seen them?” She followed up with a light-hearted but stern warning, exclaiming, “I f—king dare you. Dare you to throw something at me, and I’ll f—king kill you.”

The irony was not lost on Adele as she playfully acknowledged that she herself shoots items into the audience. She joked, “Stop throwing things at the artist, but you can shoot things into people.’ It’s a total reverse.” Walking her t-shirt cannon offstage, she expressed her concern for those who engage in such behavior, stating, “I’ve seen these people. These people have lost it.”

Adele’s comments come in response to a series of incidents where concertgoers threw objects at artists. Both Bebe Rexha and Kelsea Ballerini were struck in recent weeks during their performances. Bebe suffered a black eye after a phone hit her in the face, while Kelsea was hit in the eye by a bracelet. In a particularly strange occurrence, a fan threw their mother’s ashes onstage during Pink’s performance at the British Summer Time Festival.

Kelsea Ballerini, who faced criticism for her reaction to the incident, defended herself on Instagram. She explained that everyone has deep-rooted fears and triggers that may not be immediately apparent, emphasizing the need for a safe and secure concert environment for everyone involved.

Adele’s strong stance against the object-throwing trend reminds concertgoers to respect the performers and prioritize their safety. Artists deserve to be celebrated and appreciated without risking harm. Let us hope that fans will heed Adele’s message and find alternative ways to express their admiration, ensuring a positive and enjoyable experience for all.

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