Sometimes meeting your idol isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. And while we understand that celebrities are sick of constantly being harassed by the paparazzi, PHYSICALLY ATTACKING a fan shouldn’t be the way to deal with unwanted attention.
52-year-old iconic Chinese singer Na Ying, also known as Natasha Na, has had quite the impressive music career, having released 12 studio albums that have sold around 10 million copies in 30 years.
While she is most commonly recognised these days for being a judge in the Chinese edition of singing competition The Voice, Na Ying has also performed alongside some of the best in the Chinese music industry, such as her notable duet with legendary singer Faye Wong during the Chinese New Year gala.
But even influential celebrities have their breaking points, and it seems like Na Ying clearly hit hers when a fan decided to take a video of her idol after being told not to.
In the video, an excited young fan can be seen walking in front of the much-adored singer with her front camera capturing the celebrity walking hand in hand with another woman at a shopping mall in Macau.
Na Ying warned the young fan to stop filming her but when she was duly ignored, the celebrity decided to get physical and took matters into her own hands-or should we say-feet?
The footage then reveals the esteemed singer kicking the fan in the back! The clearly shocked fan didn’t expect this kind of response from her beloved star. According to Mothership.sg, the devastated fan proceeded to tear up the tickets she had purchased for Na Ying’s upcoming concert.
In Na Ying’s defense, she did tell the fan not to record her before getting aggressive. But does that really justify what she did? We want to know what you guys think. Sound off in the comments below!
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