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    16 Instances Of Adele Being My Fave Person Online And 4 Instances That Made Me Side-Eye Her A Bit

    I want someone to love me as much as Adele loves Beyoncé.

    Here are all the times when Adele was my fave person on the internet:

    When she FINALLY blessed us with the drop date of her new album after YEARS of us waiting:

    When she gave us an early Christmas gift in the form of "Easy on Me":

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    When someone asked her about her "body count" on an IG Live and became an overnight meme:


    Twitter: @userctrI

    When she owned and loved her body — regardless of what size she was:

    When she responded to this fan's tweet about his love for her:

    Twitter: @colynelliott

    When, after knocking back a few ciders, she put on the very dress she was wearing during a televised performance:

    Adele drunkenly dancing to her televised performance

    When she shared this #TBT of her fangirling over the Spice Girls:

    When she perfectly rapped Nicki Minaj's "Monster" verse:

    When she returned to social media post-divorce with this epic meme:

    When she big-upped Drake after his concert:

    When she threw herself a Titanic-themed birthday party for her 30th:

    When she cheekily responded to Twitter during the Facebook and Instagram blackout:

    Twitter: @Adele

    When she showed her love and appreciation for Queen Bey, specifically in Black Is King:

    When she showed her love and appreciation for Beyoncé, specifically her vibing to Beychella:

    And, of course, when she showed her love and appreciation for Beyoncé, specifically when she dedicated her Grammy win to Bey:

    And here are the instances when she maaayyybeeee should have logged off:

    When she posted this IG of her culturally appropriating Jamaican and Caribbean culture:

    When she made this patois comment on Brandy and Monica's Verzuz battle:

    Adele commenting "Wah Gwaan! Yow gyal, yuh look good enuh"

    When she made this insensitive comment about paying higher taxes after the success of 19 and 21:

    "I'm mortified to have to pay 50%! [While] I use the NHS, I can't use public transport any more. Trains are always late, most state schools are shit, and I've gotta give you, like, four million quid – are you having a laugh? When I got my tax bill in from [the album] 19, I was ready to go and buy a gun and randomly open fire."

    And lastly, when she participated in this SNL sketch, "African Tourism," that people found insensitive toward African culture and Black men in general:

    Adele and Kate McKinnon in an African-themed sketch on SNL