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Call her G.I. Adele!

The 28-year-old, 10-time Grammy Award-winning singer was recently criticized over her voice and she was not having it.

Tony Visconti, a 72-year-old producer who has worked with the late David Bowie, was quoted as saying in an interview with British tabloid The Daily Star last week, "You turn the radio on and it's fluff, you are listening to 90 percent computerized voices. We know Adele has a great voice but it's even questionable if that is actually her voice or how much has been manipulated. We don't know."

At a recent concert, Adele fired back at the criticism.

"Some d--khead...tried to say that my voice wasn't me on record," she told the crowd. "Dude, suck my d--k."

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The singer, who has won Grammys for hits such as "Rolling in the Deep" and "Someone Like You," is known for her powerful and unique well as her sass and potty mouth.

In 2012, she underwent suffered a vocal hemorrhage and had to canceled concerts. She then had throat surgery. In 2015, Adele told Rolling Stone she added four notes to the top of her range following the operation.

"It does make your voice, like, brand-new," she said. "Which I actually didn't like at first, because I used to have a bit of husk to my voice, and that wasn't there at first."

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