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A shocking harpist brutally shut down accusations she was begging and appearing illegally after being approached by an indignant member of the general public.

TikTok person Robyn Hearts, who usually performs together with her string instrument on the streets of London, was enjoying her personal tackle George Michael’s Careless Whisper when a girl slammed her for “asking for card payments”.

Sharing a clip of the incident together with her 460,000 followers, Robyn wrote, “Not again” referring to the very fact its not the primary time she has been on the receiving finish of false claims from a bystander.

“I’m going to report you to Harrow Council,” the disgruntled resident informed Robyn – who jokingly modified Camden to Karen within the subtitles. The lady continued: “Have you got permission?”

Continuing to strum the harp, Robyn merely replied, “Yeah”.

Not giving up on her interrogation, the lady added: “What? I’ve neever seen a beggar or anybody begging asking people to put it on their credit card.”

“I’m not begging, I’m playing music,” Robyn responded calmly. “Who asked you to?” ranted the lady additional. “Did you get permission from Harrow Council?”

After assuring the lady she did in actual fact have permission, Robyn was then informed: “If you weren’t begging, you would be playing music for free.” Still retaining a cool head, Robyn answered: “I am playing for free technically.”

The lady then accused her of “asking for money” within the type of “a gift tip for £2” by pointing to an indication in entrance of Robyn. “Don’t you know the difference?” she quizzed additional. “I’ll ask Harrow Council if you have got permission… and they can arrest you.”

Robyn then checked out her digicam and laughed because the trade got here to an finish.

It prompted an outpouring of help for Robyn within the feedback part, with many TikTok customers slamming the lady’s perspective in the direction of her. “My blood pressure is now genuinely 144/98 just listening to her,” one individual ranted. “No idea how you are so calm. She’d eat my harp. I need some of your calm.”

Another agreed: “You’re so relaxed in your approach to this idiot. Fair play to you, it adds to the ambience in the area. Keep doing what you do!”

A 3rd wrote: “This is actually really funny. The song, the angelic harp music and the grumpy Karen. Light and dark balance.”

While a fourth gushed: “It’s just unbelievable. Your class is amazing. I think I’d have had so much rage. I’d also love to see you play.”

And an impressed fifth replied: “This is so powerful the way you value yourself enough and nothing can ruin it. You inspired me. Sending hugs and love from my soul.”