Adele didn't hold back after a music producer suggested her voice was distorted from her recordings

By Stephanie Petit
Updated June 12, 2016 09:40 AM
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Don’t mess with Adele.

Last week, David Bowie‘s producer Tony Visconti suggested to The Daily Star that the British songstress’s vocals could have been “manipulated” to make them sound better.

“You turn the radio on and it’s fluff, you are listening to 90 per cent computerized voices,” he said. “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.”

Visconti continued by calling the current era the “worst time ever in the music industry.”

Adele responded to the criticism during one of her shows, and she didn’t hold back.

“Some d—head tried to say that my voice was not me on record,” Adele said. “Dude, suck my d—.”

On top of her stunning vocals, Adele fans are always in for a surprise at one of her gigs. So far on her 25 tour, she’s covered a Spice Girls song, helped a couple get engaged and taken a selfie with her look-alike.