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Sam Smith fan left devastated after singer’s friends tell her to ‘shut the f**k up’

A Sam Smith fan was left dumbfounded on Friday after the singer’s entourage told her to ‘f*ck off’ when she attempted to say hello to the 29-year-old star. 

In a video that has since gone viral with over one million views on TikTok, the girl can be seen running up to the group on Oxford Street saying: ‘Sam Smith, I love you’. 

One of Sam’s friends then appears to approach the camera and say: ‘Shut the f**k up, you dumb b*tch.’ 

Shock: A Sam Smith fan was left dumbfounded on Friday after the singer’s entourage told her to ‘f*ck off’ when she attempted to say hello to the 29-year-old star 

Sam’s fan appeared stunned by the response as she said while filming on her phone: ‘What the actual f**k? I just wanted to say hi.’ 

In another clip, another person appears to tell her to ‘shut up’ as she replies: ‘Don’t tell me to shut up, I love you Sam Smith’. 

The star doesn’t appear to respond to the girl but is seen in the background of the video with a dark moustache.   

Sam’s representatives declined to comment on the video when approached by MailOnline. 

Adored: In a video that has since gone viral with over one million views on TikTok, the girl can be seen running up to the group on Oxford Street saying: 'Sam Smith, I love you' (pictured in 2019)

Adored: In a video that has since gone viral with over one million views on TikTok, the girl can be seen running up to the group on Oxford Street saying: ‘Sam Smith, I love you’ (pictured in 2019) 

Trouble: One of Sam's friends then appears to approach the camera and say: 'Shut the f**k up, you dumb b*tch'

Trouble: One of Sam’s friends then appears to approach the camera and say: ‘Shut the f**k up, you dumb b*tch’ 

Saying nothing: The star doesn't appear to respond to the girl but is seen in the background of the video with a dark moustache

Saying nothing: The star doesn’t appear to respond to the girl but is seen in the background of the video with a dark moustache

The apparent altercation comes after Sam recently reflected on their decision to come out as non-binary last September. 

The Stay With Me hitmaker said although it has been ‘wonderful’, the decision was also ‘more of a struggle’ than expected due to ‘all the backlash’. 

Speaking candidly to James Corden on The Late Late Show, the singer said it has been ‘really hard’ to see the ‘amount of people that are still so unsupportive of gender non-conforming people and trans people’.

Unfriendly: In another clip, another person appears to tell her to 'shut up' as she replies: 'Don't tell me to shut up, I love you Sam Smith'

Unfriendly: In another clip, another person appears to tell her to ‘shut up’ as she replies: ‘Don’t tell me to shut up, I love you Sam Smith’ 

No time to talk: The group didn't seem to want to stop and chat to the fan who was excited to see the talented singer in the flesh

No time to talk: The group didn’t seem to want to stop and chat to the fan who was excited to see the talented singer in the flesh 

Looking back: The apparent altercation comes after Sam recently reflected on their decision to come out as non-binary last September

Looking back: The apparent altercation comes after Sam recently reflected on their decision to come out as non-binary last September 

They continued: ‘I mean do you know what, all in all it’s been wonderful. 

‘I have always felt the way I’ve felt and being able to tell everyone that and feel so much more open about certain parts of my personality and my life, has been absolutely incredible.’

Sam went on to explain how being in the public eye affected their experience, revealing a message they sent to their family ‘got leaked’, which pushed them to publicly come out as non-binary.

Coming out: Speaking to James Corden on CBS's The Late Late Show, the singer said it has been 'hard' to see how many people are still 'unsupportive of gender non-conforming people'

Coming out: Speaking to James Corden on CBS’s The Late Late Show, the singer said it has been ‘hard’ to see how many people are still ‘unsupportive of gender non-conforming people’

The Too Good at Goodbyes singer told James: ‘In a world where I wasn’t a well-known person I would have changed my pronouns and I would have got used to it in a normal way, which I actually tried to do but a message that I sent to my family got leaked weirdly so I had to make a decision to tell everyone and go for it.

‘It’s been amazing but it’s also really, really hard to see all the backlash and the amount of people that are still so unsupportive of gender non-conforming people and trans people all around the world. 

‘It’s definitely more of a struggle than I was expecting, but I feel good in my skin which is the prize and the wonderful thing.’

Leaked: Sam explained how being in the public eye affected their experience, as a message they sent to their family 'got leaked', which pushed them to publicly come out as non-binary

Leaked: Sam explained how being in the public eye affected their experience, as a message they sent to their family ‘got leaked’, which pushed them to publicly come out as non-binary

They explained that coming out as non-binary has allowed them to ‘show all different sides of myself musically’ whereas they ‘definitely felt scared’ to reveal their femininity before.

The singer first announced that they were coming out as non-binary on Twitter in September last year, saying they would be changing their pronouns to ‘they/them’.

In an honest flurry of tweets, they wrote: ‘Today is a good day so here goes. I’ve decided I am changing my pronouns to THEY/THEM after a lifetime of being at war with my gender I’ve decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out… 

Nights out: Sam (pictured in December 2019) said: 'It's definitely more of a struggle than I was expecting, but I feel good in my skin which is the prize and the wonderful thing'

Nights out: Sam (pictured in December 2019) said: ‘It’s definitely more of a struggle than I was expecting, but I feel good in my skin which is the prize and the wonderful thing’ 

‘I’m so excited and privileged to be surrounded by people that support me in this decision 

‘But I’ve been very nervous about announcing this because I care too much about what people think but f*** it!

‘I understand there will be many mistakes and mis gendering but all I ask is you please please try. I hope you can see me like I see myself now. Thank you.’

Exciting: They explained that coming out as non-binary has allowed them to 'show all different sides of myself musically' whereas they 'definitely felt scared' to reveal their femininity before  (pictured in October 2020)

Exciting: They explained that coming out as non-binary has allowed them to ‘show all different sides of myself musically’ whereas they ‘definitely felt scared’ to reveal their femininity before  (pictured in October 2020) 


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