See Adele’s picture that is causing Black Americans to get angry
Popular English singer-songwriter Adele Laurie Blue Adkins MBE is in the news again.
Adele is trending due to an outfit she wore which has now gone viral.
Adele took to her official Instagram account to post a picture of her in a Jamaican themed outfit with her hair tied in a knot.
Along with the picture was a message which said, “Happy what would be Notting Hill Carnival my beloved London.”
A lot of Black Americans were angry with the outfit that Adele wore and her hairstyle.
They took to social media to accuse Adele of Cultural Appropriation.
See some of the responses below
Ok I ain't gon lie, I was never a big fan of that hairstyle! 😂😐
But anyways, I see that everyone *mainly black americans* is bashing on Adele for cultural appropriation? Yet Jamaicans are proud that she is representing their flag?! Hmm.. black americans… HAVE A SEAT! 🙄😒🤦🏿♀️ pic.twitter.com/v6rCDNc2Kc
— Stacy Lino (@stacesosilly) August 31, 2020
Still trying to understand how this debate debate about Adele's hairstyle benefits future generations of "black people" around the world.
And can Black Americans stop forcing other black people around the world to view "race" through the Black American perspective? 🤦🤦
— Kelvin Odanz (@MrOdanz) August 31, 2020
Black Americans are culturally insecure for people that do not actually have a culture, they always get outraged over nothing.
Adele is British and even the blacks in Britain do not have problem with her hairstyle, but obviously Americans are the one having problem with it. pic.twitter.com/ECJavHMsTa
— Abel (@Abelpter) August 31, 2020
These Black Americans are so racist to other people yet they chant black lives matter . Smh
— Engineer Tolu Tezzy_ 💧 (@tolutezzy_) August 31, 2020
Can someone tell black Americans, that the black culture and the world as a whole doesn't revolve around them. Africans and Jamaicans don't have any issues with Adele's hairstyle and bikini, but Tyrese and Candice that still thinks Africa is a country does 🤦 pic.twitter.com/NEhQGdGkkB
— medikal (@ok_NowListen) August 31, 2020
Whoever made Black Americans the spokespeople for Black people all over the world?
— Adeniyi (@niggazoid) August 31, 2020
Black Americans always feel like they own everything related to Black Culture.
— CHISOM (@_PLICE) August 31, 2020