Stay With Me singer Sam Smith was seen larking about with pals in London after his entourage were said to have told a fan to ‘shut the f**k up’ after she told the singer she loved them
Sam Smith and their friends were spotted enjoying themselves after a fan was reportedly told by the singer’s entourage to “shut up” after she recognised him.
In a series of video shared on TikTok an excited girl can be seen walking along London’s Oxford Street before spotting the singer as they walk post saying: “Sam Smith, I love you.”
However someone in Sam’s group can be heard saying: “Shut the f**k up, you dumb b****.”
Clearly upset the girl says: “What the actual f**k? I just wanted to say hi.”
In another video someone is heard telling the to fan to shut up to which she replies: “Don’t tell me to shut up, I love you Sam Smith”.
The videos then show Sam and their entourage walking off.
In recently released pictures, obtained by Silver Screen Beat, Sam can be seen strolling around Soho after with his friends after the altercation sporting a moustache and wearing a blue jumper, jeans, grey woollen coat and trainers.
Sam’s reps declined to comment when contacted by the Mirror.
The non-binary singer spoke out earlier this year after the BRITs decided to not bin male and female awards.
Sam admitted they were looking forward to a time where music would be celebrated regardless of someone’s gender or race or age.
The singer, who likes to be referred to as they/them pronouns, said music had always been about “unification” and not about dividing people.
They said: “The Brits have been an important part of my career, one of my earliest achievements was winning Critics Choice in 2014.
“Music for me has always been about unification, not devision.
“I look forward to a time where award shows can be reflective of the society we live in. Let’s celebrated everybody regardless of gender, race, age, ability, sexuality and class.”
And it seems Sam didn’t have to wait long because The BRIT Awards have now announced they’ve scrapped their male and female categories, replacing the gender specific awards with a single Artist of the Year gong.