Joe Rogan is highlighted by Adele and her weight loss

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Adele lost weight and all seem to want to talk about that. The Grammy award-winning artist has been on a weight loss journey since his divorce almost a year ago and has lost a significant amount of weight. Now, they all seem to have an opinion about your body changed. Some applauded, but others were crazy for having lost weight. Fortunately, you can always tell with the presenter of podcasts Joe Rogan to say it as it is, and this situation with Adele is no different.

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Adele lost a significant amount of weight

Earlier this month, Adele shared a photo on her Instagram that attracted a lot more attention than it probably expected. He was wearing a minidress with black long sleeves and long, and seemed much more thin than what we had seen before. But the topic of the publication had nothing to do with weight loss. Instead, he took his birthday as an opportunity to thank the first responders and essential workers of the pandemic.

However, the majority of those who saw to its publication paid little attention to his real message. Instead, they were amazed by his body changed. The photo began to circulate on the social networks, and then wrote news, calling even more the attention. They all seemed to have an opinion on the weight loss of Adele.

Not everybody appreciated the weight loss Adele

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Although some wished him well to Adele and congratulated him for the loss of weight, others were not so happy to see a Adele more small.

“Keep in mind that each time you make a big problem with the extreme weight loss of someone and acts as if it was the person more attractive and much better than before, you are communicating with your friends, and any fat person and larger than they would be better skinny and more small, “ he wrote on Twitter a journalist named Elly Belle.

“Please, stop saying that Adele had a” glow “, we have no idea how was / is your health and this just reinforces the” ideal skinny “or the concept that the more slim you are more beautiful,” tweeted a fan.

Chrissy Teigen commented on their publication of a fairly cryptic: “I mean, are you kidding me?”, He wrote, leaving his comments open to debate.

Joe Rogan defended the weight loss Adele

As an all discussing about the weight loss Adele, it was only natural that Rogan, who often speaks on current events in his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, add your opinion.

“Why wouldn’t you want to applaud someone who did something that is really hard to do, and now is healthy?” he said. Rogan believes that it is perfectly natural that people congratulate Adele for her weight loss. Don’t understand why someone would be annoyed by that, especially his fans.

“If you are a fan of Adele, don’t you want to be healthier?”, Asked Rogan to your audience. “I mean, would you want her to be able to continue singing for a longer time, right? Love it, you want it to be more healthy ”.

After giving his initial opinion, Rogan, expanded the topic, explaining that some of his fans did not want to acknowledge your weight loss because it would reinforce the standards of beauty typical. But seemed to have no patience for that kind of thinking.

“The only reason that someone would want to fight against that,” said Rogan, “when so many people believe overwhelming that it looks better, is because they do not want to see themselves”. It is so simple, you don’t want to change. They are trying to bully you to decide that you are beautiful with 210 pounds “.

Then she had a specific message for anybody who would have fallen into that thought. “If it is a pressure on you because other people look great, what do you do with that pressure? What you decide to do it better?

Although Rogan had a good idea of who the fans of Adele should want that would be healthy, it is also important to mention that Adele has not yet commented on his weight loss to the public, or has given us any idea of how they feel about it. Until they do so, in reality, is not a place for anyone to comment on your body, good or bad.