HRVY begs fans to stop visiting his family home after Bluewater chaos
HRVY has made a plea for fans to stop visiting his family home just hours after the pop sensation shut down Bluewater due to chaos over his personal appearance.
The Million Ways singer had a busy Saturday entertaining throngs of his adoring fans at JD Sports inside the Bluewater shopping centre, but it seems some managed to find his whereabouts after the event.
In a message shared on his social media on Sunday, HRVY – real name Harvey Leigh Cantwell – begged superfans to stop turning up at his parents’ home.
The singer wrote: ‘You know I love you guys so much and I’d do anything for you but PLEASE don’t come to my family home, for some reason I can never say no to anyone so it puts me and my family in an uncomfortable position.’
But he did added: Your support means the absolute world but just keep that in mind.’
Many of his supporters were in his corner and were shocked that some fans were going to the extreme lengths of following him home.
One replied: ‘I cant even believe you have to say this,’ while another agreed: ‘things like this make me question our humanity, in what sense do people think it‘s okay to to intrude someone’s privacy like this.’
Another supporter said: ‘Can’t even believe some fans have the right to go to your house. You deserve your own privacy, I know if that was me I’d tell them politely to leave. I get that their your fans but everyone deserves privacy.’
It was absolute chaos at Bluewater yesterday with footage showing large groups running down escalators and flocking towards the JD Sports where HRVY, 20, was making an appearance to celebrate the sportswear brand’s new advert.
The retailer previously said in a message on its website: ‘If you haven’t heard already, HRVY will be hittin’ up Bluewater shopping centre on the 9th November where he’ll be giving fans the opportunity to meet him in person, as well as a live performance!
‘With only 150 wristbands up for grabs, this one’s for the biggest HRVY fans. You can pick ‘em up from store opening on the day of the event; 09.11.19. between 9am and 10am.
‘You’ll have to be SUPER quick if you don’t wanna miss out.’
The frenzy was so intense that HRVY was reportedly told he’d be arrested if he didn’t leave the premises.
‘Ok so I got out guys and told I was gonna be arrested if I didn’t leave I’m sorry,’ he tweeted.
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