Paul McCartney Hilariously Responds to Fan Shout-Out 60 Years Later

Paul mccartney Making a fan’s day! Sixty years after a fan expressed his love for the Beatles singer, McCartney responded to that sweet message with one of his own.

In a TikTok posted Friday, a black-and-white throwback video shows a fan excitedly saying, “Paul McCartney, if you’re listening, Adrienne from Brooklyn loves you with all my heart.”

Fast forward to the present day and McCartney himself responded, saying, “Hey, Adrienne. Listen, it’s Paul. I saw your video. I’m in Brooklyn right now. I’m in New York. I finally got here. We got an exhibition. , a photo exhibition. Come and see it.”

In the caption, McCartney once again addressed Adrienne, writing, “And Adrienne from Brooklyn, if you’re listening, Paul McCartney from Liverpool loves you too.”

He then wrote about what brought him to New York, revealing, “60 years after the Beatles arrived in New York on their first visit to America, Paul’s photographic record of ‘Beatlemania’ is now on display at the @BrooklynMuseum! ‘Paul “Visit the ‘McCartney Photographs 1963-64: Eyes of the Storm’ exhibition, open until 18 August.”

The sweet post comes a month after McCartney found himself in the news beyonce cover The Beatles’ 1968 song, “Blackbird”, which appeared on their album, cowboy carter,

In an Instagram post about the cover, McCartney revealed He was “very happy” to have his track taken up by Beyoncé.

He wrote, “I think she does a great version of it and it reinforces the civil rights message that inspired me to write the song in the first place.” “I think Beyoncé has done a fantastic version and people who haven’t heard it yet should urge them to check it out. You’ll love it!”

McCartney revealed that he had spoken to Beyoncé on FaceTime, sharing, “She thanked me for writing it and letting her do it. I told her it was all my pleasure and I thought she had a great time with the song.” Made a great version.”

“When I saw black girls being kicked out of school on television in the early ’60s, I found it shocking and I couldn’t believe that there were still places in these days where things like this were happening. Are,” McCartney wrote. “Anything my song and Beyoncé’s amazing version can do to ease racial tension would be a great thing and make me very proud.”

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