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Adele’s Partner Rich Paul Reveals His Memoir Was ‘Difficult Read’ For Singer


Adele’s reaction to Rich Paul’s new memoir, which explores his horrific upbringing, was visceral.

In Lucky Me: A Memoir of Changing the Odds, LeBron James’ longtime manager discusses the hardship he had to go through as a result of his mother’s drug abuse while also living in a dangerous neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio.

“It was very emotional,” he told People Magazine of the Grammy-winning musician’s reaction. “I think a lot of it probably hit home, so yeah, it was a difficult read [for her].”

Paul reflected on the many difficult moments he has had to experience when he was very young. “I had built up this wall as a young kid to just have the understanding to move forward and know that she’s not going to be there,” he said of his mother. “Like, Mom is not coming home.”

That reality, he added, “was one of the toughest things for me to relive and write about.”

He frequently had to dodge gunshots from feuding neighbors, and there were even times when he had to flee for his life after winning a dice game of enormous sums. The fact is, I never really was a kid, you know.

Paul and the Easy on Me singer have been dating for more than two years.

The musician, 35, has previously discussed her childhood challenges, including the tragic death of her adored grandfather, Mark Evans, who passed away from cancer when she was just 10 years old, and his years-long absence from her life until reappearing when her career took off in her 20s.

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