June 29th, 2012 by edsel
An unauthorized biography claimed that the heartbreak which inspired Adele to write her wildly successful songs was apparently dealt by a bisexual boyfriend who left her for her gay friend.
The Hollywood Gossip reported that ‘Adele: The Biography’ was an unauthorized biography written by Marc Shapiro. The bio paid particular attention to the heartbreak that allegedly made Adele into a phenomenally popular singer.
Shapiro wrote that Adele was 18 when she first fell in love. “One thing we know,” he alleged, “Is that it was a first love gone terribly bad.” According to Marc Shapiro, Adele and her bisexual boyfriend professed their love for one another. “She had known he was bisexual,” he wrote, “But, in the rush of romance, felt they could make it work.”
Unfortunately for the future singer, a mere “four hours after laying their emotional cards on the table,” ‘Adele: The Biography’ claimed that “The boy ran off with one of Adele’s gay friends!”
The Hollywood Gossip brought up a 2011 article in Out magazine. The article stated that Adele had fallen in love with a bisexual boy and written two songs, ‘Hometown Glory’ and ‘Daydreamer,’ about him.
The aforementioned songs appeared in Adele’s debut album. The singer herself has offered few, if any details about the relationship.
Marc Shapiro also tackled Adele’s alleged drinking problem in his unauthorized biography. The Brit singer supposedly “loved the drama surrounding boys who treated her badly.” This wasn’t just limited to the infamous bisexual boyfriend. It also included her absentee father.
“Adele would drink more than normal to salve the heartbreak,” Shapiro wrote in ‘Adele: The Biography.’ “She had a drinking problem” halfway through her first tour.
Adele’s loss of a cheating bisexual boyfriend proved to be the gain for numerous people. A 7-year-old girl, Charlotte Neve, woke up from a coma after she heard her mother singing to the Adele tune “Rolling in the Deep.”