I love Harry with all my heart and I promise you I feel so bad.
Styles was in the middle of a stage performance when a fan threw a Red Bull can on the stage and it hit him on the face, reports U.K.’s Now Magazine.
The One Direction singer was clocked in the head by a can thrown on stage by a fan during his concert on Tuesday night.
Later, however, the young woman was bullied by Harry Styles’ followers on Twitter. One Directioners soon flocked to Styles’ defense and began ripping Cooke on social media.
But mama Styles quickly followed up her tweet with another telling fans not to bully the young girl who threw the can.
In a couple of tweets, Twister Mom called out on the girl in the video by retweeting One Direction ‘s video of the incident along with the caption, “So risky THINK!!!” and added an angry face emoticon to show her frustration. Still, Cooke was inundated with hate tweets.
After her admission, she was attacked on the social media site.
Cooke later posted a lengthy apology, saying, “As I’ve said so many times, I’m truly sorry”. I apologise to Harry and his family for doing such a ridiculous and stupid thing. And I’m sure he took the compliment, but as someone who shares the “Your/You’re” pet peeve, I know how hard it is to resist drawing in an apostrophe and an “e”.
“I felt blindsided”, she told Elle Canada. “Please just learn from the incident & be kind”, she wrote.
In a short clip shared on Twitter, Harry can be seen turning away as it collides with his pretty face, before doubling over and rubbing his eyes.
Styles tweeted the following afternoon, “Thank you Philly for last night”.
“I hope you all realize now that you shouldn’t throw something on stage as it can injure them badly”.