Adele admits she ‘completely’ understands why her look at the Notting Hill carnival last year reacted.
Adele is breaking her silence on one of last year’s most viral examples of cultural appropriation.
Pop stars, during London’s Notting Hill Carnival in 2020 shared a much awaited new image After that Reported weight loss of 100 pounds – At a time when Adele was missing from the headlines for more than a year.
Unfortunately, the long awaited update was shadowed By that… um, excitement for the festivities. Instead of celebrating the occasion with fellow Brits of Caribbean descent, she went full-bodied with a Jamaican flag-print bikini and bantu knots in her hair, a style traditionally worn by black women in the region. .
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Adele, 33, also believes in making her own mistakes.
“I could see comments like, ‘Nerve for not taking this down,’ which totally get me,” she said. “But if I take it down, it’s me acting like it never happened. And it happened. I totally get why people thought it was appropriated.”
Grammy winning artist in the end – who will drop A long-awaited new single, “Easy on Me,” was introduced on October 15—a heaping helping of Karma—not only in reference to the bad press, but for her bad form.
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Rather, he learned that Bantu knots are not right now A hairstyle—indeed, they serve a functional and cosmetic purpose for certain hair types—and the unfortunate discovery that they’re novel to white women for a good reason.
“I was wearing a hairstyle that’s really meant to protect Afro hair. [It] Obviously ruined mine,” she said.
Elsewhere, the “Hello” crooner’s extensive interview for British Vogue also revealed new details about 47-year-old ex Simon Konecki and her divorce with the upcoming album – possibly titled “30” – It helped inspire.
According to Adele, the new record is a personal one.
“I feel like this album is self-destruction, then self-reflection, and then self-redemption,” she said. “But I feel ready. I really want people to hear my side of the story this time.”
“My body has been objectified throughout my career,” the 15-time Grammy-winner said in a Vogue cover story. “It just isn’t. I understand why it’s a shock.”