In the wake of Tuesday’s terror attacks, Adele has offered a heart-rending tribute to the Brussels victims during her concert at the O2 Arena.
During her performance on March 22 night, the 27-year-old songstress labeled the terrorists behind the gruesome Brussels bombings as ‘f---ers’ and her fans lit up the venue with their phones as a show of support to the city, reports the Daily Mail.
“I’m here to entertain you, so we’re all united, so that makes us much better than them f---ers. You’re on, you f---ers,” she said.
Stopping mid-set during her latest London gig, the Hello hit-maker spoke out passionately against the perpetrators of the attacks in an expletive-ridden speech in honour of the Belgian city.
The singer too praised her fans for being ‘united’ against this cruel attack.
These explosions in Brussels airport and a metro stop came just four months after the Paris attacks, killing 34 people and leaving many wounded.