Note to self: Don’t try filming an Adele concert.
The pop superstar took a moment during a show Sunday in Verona, Italy, to call out a fan who had set up a tripod in the audience.
Ironically, another fan was also filming, and Adele’s words to the tripod-user were caught on camera and uploaded to social media.
“Can you stop filming me with a video camera?” Adele asks the woman. “Because I’m really here in real-life. You can enjoy it in real-life.”
“This isn’t a DVD,” she adds. “This is a real show, and I’d really like you to enjoy my show.”
The audience cheered and applauded the Academy Award and Grammy Award-winning artist for taking a stand.
Social media users were also quick to support her response:
Adele tells fan to put down her camera: A word to the wise, if you were lucky enough to get Adele tickets, don’t bring a tripod to th…
— RUBY SORENSEN (@bestLedTVreview) May 31, 2016
How on this earth is Adele rude for telling someone to stop filming her concert? It wasn’t a clip on her phone, it was a camera on a tripod
— maverick (@Jack_Varney) May 31, 2016
— Rowena Kay (@rowena_kay) May 31, 2016
I love adele
— abby (@abbyrcruzz) May 31, 2016
@Adele wasn’t rude but has a very strong point, there are people that go just to watch through a screen yet some real fan can’t afford to go
— Hollie Sackett (@HollieSackett) May 31, 2016
— Brooke Singman (@brookefoxnews) May 31, 2016
Saying Adele is rude to her fans is the biggest load of BS, the amount of love she for everyone is unreal and she would not call numerous
— ❤️ (@theonewithelly) May 31, 2016
Watch the video BELOW.
— Madreeeh (@Madreeeh) May 29, 2016