When Twitter first came out, everyone struggled to find the balance between sharing bits and pieces of their day and oversharing every aspect of their lives.
For Adele, this issue arose when she felt compelled to tweet after a few too many drinks. In a recent interview during the BBC special Adele at the BBC, the singer took a question from the audience asking if her tweets had to be approved by her management before being posted. She explains,
Although her team does post the tweets, Adele notes that all the content that appears on her Twitter is her own. She states, “they’re all my tweets. No one writes my tweets. They just post them for me.” Not to worry, Adele, many of us could benefit from a second pair of eyes determining what exactly is tweetable and what isn’t.
Adele is not the only celebrity to be caught red-handed in the drunk-tweeting game. Peep some other stars who have been caught drunk tweeting:
Back in 2010, Bow Wow posted a string of drunk tweets illustrating just how intoxicated he was one New Years Eve while driving. Although the tweets were ultimately deleted, Bow Wow took to his Twitter the next morning to apologize for his stupidity.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) August 10, 2013
— SAM SMITH (@samsmithworld) October 3, 2015