Sam Smith fans rushed to defend the star after the singer was dragged into their “quarantine fusion” and compared to 99-year-old captain Tom.
The hitmaker Money On My Mind, 27, was criticized after sharing their “stages of a quarantine amalgamation” last month as they self-isolated in their £ 12 million house.
And now the singer, who prefers to use the pronoun “they,” has been compared to the captain of World War II, Captain Tom, 99, who raised £ 14 million for the NHS by going through 100 laps of his garden.
Trolled: Sam Smith fans rushed to defend the star after the singer was trolled over their “quarantine fusion” and compared to Captain Tom, 99
Sam’s fans rushed to defend the star and remind people on social media of “#BeKind” during the COVID-19 crisis.
While the singer also addressed the reaction and tweeted, “Send nothing but love to everyone today,” followed by a heart emoji.
One person said, “Some of the tweets about Sam Smith today are absolutely horrible. Congratulate key employees and Captain Tom Moore, what they do is exceptional, but do you really have to do it while making a pop at Sam Smith?
Another user said, “#BeKind congratulations to Captain Tom Moore, who inspired us so much, for giving us something to celebrate. We salute you sir.
Hero: The singer has been compared to the captain of the Second World War, Captain Tom, 99, who collected 14 million pounds sterling for the NHS by covering 100 laps of his garden.
“Nothing but love”: Sam touched on the reaction on Thursday and said they had “nothing but love” for everyone
“And to all these people who compare him to Sam Smith, you have something to say. Completely different situations and health status. #confinement. ’
Another follower commented, “NOT a fair comparison. Captain Tom did an incredible thing that deserves recognition.
“But it is NOT correct to twist his positive success to be an attack on Sam Smith who is grappling with the impact that locking has on their sanity, a very real situation for many. “(Sic)
Another account said, “Why is #SamSmith compared to Captain Tom Moore? The two have nothing to do with each other, good on the captain for his incredible energy, and good on Sam for showing their vulnerability. (sic)
#BeKind: Sam fans rushed to defend the star and remind people on réseaux #BeKind ’social media during the COVID-19 crisis
‘#Isolation IS very, very difficult for some people, and they shouldn’t be ridiculed.’
Another Twitter user added, “All I’m going to say is that the same people who share this photo of Sam Smith and Captain Tom Moore are the same people who preached ‘BE KIND’ a month ago . “
Captain Tom was rare good news in a world full of fear in the face of the pandemic which has killed more than 130,000 people worldwide.
The WWII veteran reached his goal of 100 laps in his home garden in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire, Thursday – two weeks before his 100th birthday on April 30.
Hope: Captain Tom was rare good news in a world full of fear faced with the pandemic which killed more than 130,000 people in the world, completed its 100 garden tours on Thursday and raised £ 14 million for the NHS
Captain Tom raised more than £ 14 million for the NHS after people from 53 different countries donated to his cause.
Meanwhile, Sam has received criticism after sharing their various “stages of a quarantine merger” in their 12 million pound home last month.
The star seemed to have trouble isolating herself after sharing two photos on Instagram.
One photo saw Sam with a pained expression on their face while a different click saw the singer hold their heads in their hands and seem to cry.
Quarantine: Meanwhile, Sam received criticism after sharing his various “stages of a quarantine merger” in their 12 million pound home last month
Sam put on a casual display while posing outside their front door and donned a simple white T-shirt with loose floral pajama bottoms.
They also shared a video where they said, “Hello everyone! It’s a weird, weird, weird moment, oh my god, very, very strange.
“I am currently at home. I have a little headache and allergies but I think I’m fine. But I wanted to stay just to be safe.
“It’s a weird moment. I wanted to touch each of you right now and send my love to him. I hope you’re okay.’
Sam has alluded to their mental health issues in the past, showing their heads and continuing, “I hope you are doing well mentally. It will be difficult for anyone who enters here a little, like me.
Not very good: Speaking to the camera in a three-part Instagram video, they said, “Hello everyone! It’s a weird, weird, weird moment, oh my god, very, very strange ‘
They continued, “I just want to take it home and say how important it is for all of us to stay together and take care of each other. All the elderly – I worry about my baby right now, I worry about so many people.
“Be patient and give, and share things – share people with food!”
Sam continued to think, “It’s going to be a few strange and different weeks. I will try to do my best to help. All I can really do – I’m pretty s ** t about everything else – but I can sing.
“So if I’m better in a few days, I’m going to play songs and record them. And we can all, hopefully, have a little song together.
“It would be nice, we need it, music is a beautiful thing in a moment like this. “
Not amused: Piers Morgan hit Sam after the message for their “b ****** t” looking for celebrities during the coronavirus crisis and told them to “take control” (photo in March)
Slammed: Speaking to Twitter to share his reaction to Sam’s clichés, Piers did not mince words saying: “I can’t bear this celebrity who is looking for attention ***** t anymore”
They signed the message: “I love you all very much. Please stay safe. Drink a lot of water. Lily. I do not like reading. Do things to keep you busy. I’m going to watch TV because I’m bored!
Piers Morgan hit Sam after the station for their “b ****** t” looking for celebrities during the coronavirus crisis and told them to “take control”.
While Ricky Gervais criticized celebrities for complaining of isolating themselves “in a mansion” when NHS personnel risked their lives to fight COVID-19.
To date, 103,093 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 13,729 deaths have been recorded in the UK alone.
Striking: while Ricky Gervais criticized celebrities for complaining of isolating themselves “in a mansion” when NHS personnel risked their lives to fight COVID-19