Hello singer, Adele has got some very strong words in an epic reply to a critic who dared question the legitimacy of her voice.
Adele who continued her delightfully unfiltered tour this week, took time out to respond to a critic who had accused her of electronically manipulating her voice.
Adele’s epic shade, most believe was in response to Tony Visconti, the music producer who claimed her voice was auto-toned.
Earlier in the week, music producer Tony Visconti had accused Adele of using auto-tune to manipulate her voice, claiming that her voice was probably not really naturally hers.
Adele Replies Critic With Epic Shade
But Adele was however quick to hit back at her critic, taking time between songs during a recent show to discuss the controversy.
“Some dickhead tried to say that my voice was not me on record”
Adele can be heard saying on the YouTube video from the recent performance.
And then she added:
“Dude, suck my d**k.”
Tony Visconti, David Bowie’s long-time producer, had made the accusing comment during an interview with the Daily Star for his new show, questioning whether Adele’s voice is actually hers – or just a ‘manipulated’ version of it.
Adele’s comments seem directly in response to producer Tony Visconti’s comment. In an interview with The Daily Star published earlier in the week, Visconti was quoted as saying Adele could be among a number of star singers whose voice is enhanced by production.
“You turn the radio on and it’s fluff, you are listening to 90 percent computerized voices,”
“We know Adele has a great voice but it’s even questionable if that is actually her voice or how much has been manipulated. We don’t know.”
Watch Adele’s epic reply to her critic in the video below;