Drunk girl wrecks street performer's piano, steals his tips, and warns critics to stop trolling her and her family or face the wrath of her aunt who is 'crazy not for fake but for real' in rambling 'apology'

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  • Shauntae Heard is first seen approaching his setup, slamming the keys on his piano and leaving the scene
  • She then returns to his setup, slams the keyboard again, makes it fall to the ground in the process and steals his money 
  • Her apology has been accepted by the musician but not by the public 

A street performer in Athens, Georgia suffered heavy losses after a drunk girl broke his piano stand and stole some of his tip money. 

In a viral video posted by @theandrewshoe on his TikTok account, Shauntae Heard is first seen approaching his setup, slamming the keys on his piano and leaving the scene. 

She then returns to his setup, slams the keyboard again and makes it fall to the ground in the process. The panicked performer and other onlookers start trying to pick up the keyboard up when Heard secretly steals some of his tip money and runs off. 

Her friends are also seen laughing in the background on camera and allegedly encouraging her to behave like this.

Andrew Husu says in a voiceover: 'This is probably one of the worst things somebody's probably ever done to me while street performing'

Andrew Husu says in a voiceover: ‘This is probably one of the worst things somebody’s probably ever done to me while street performing’

Heard returns to his setup after the first time, slams the keyboard again and makes it fall to the ground in the process

Heard returns to his setup after the first time, slams the keyboard again and makes it fall to the ground in the process

When Heard pushed his keyboard to the ground, Andrew is heard saying: 'What's wrong with you?' and after she stole his money, he's heard shouting: 'Hey, hey, hey!'

When Heard pushed his keyboard to the ground, Andrew is heard saying: ‘What’s wrong with you?’ and after she stole his money, he’s heard shouting: ‘Hey, hey, hey!’

Later, when Heard had successfully run away, a group of people began to help Andrew pick up his keyboard and set it up again

Later, when Heard had successfully run away, a group of people began to help Andrew pick up his keyboard and set it up again

Andrew Husu says in a voiceover: ‘This is probably one of the worst things somebody’s probably ever done to me while street performing.

‘So this kind of stuff happens here and there so I usually just keep playing through it, but after what’s about to happen I had to stop.’

When Heard pushed his keyboard to the ground, Andrew is heard saying: ‘What’s wrong with you?’ and after she stole his money, he’s heard shouting: ‘Hey, hey, hey!’.

Later, when Heard had successfully run away, a group of people began to help Andrew pick up his keyboard and set it up again. One guy is seen tipping him a generous amount to compensate for the stolen money.

Since then, the video has amassed three million views on TikTok and has been shared on multiple social media platforms. Viewers were able to identify Heard and started ‘attacking’ her online. 

The attacks reached to such an extent that Heard was forced to issue an apology on her Facebook and Instagram and ask people to stop bothering her aunt before deleting those accounts. 

Screenshots of the apology are being shared around social media, in which she said: ‘Public service announcement. I’m sorry to everyone that has seen the viral video.’

Heard was forced to issue an apology on her Facebook and Instagram and ask people to stop bothering her aunt before deleting those accounts

Heard was forced to issue an apology on her Facebook and Instagram and ask people to stop bothering her aunt before deleting those accounts 

‘I have took accountability for my actions. I know it was wrong and ignorant of me but please keep my family out of it. 

‘Y’all problem is with me not my family you don’t get anything out of texting them or me and I have already apologize to the person we have talk. Everything is good no I didn’t steal any money and I didn’t break the piano I’m a human just like you all.

‘l’ve seen worse downtown this is nothing compared to what I did and know it’s not right. The person I apologize to accepted my apology and we had a whole good conversation on the phone and thats all that matters you people are nasty the way y’all are texting me and my family and making fake pages y’all don’t get nothing out of that y’all stay blessed,’ she added. 

Shauntae also shared a screenshot of her texts with Andrew on Facebook Messenger, where he said: ‘Hey, I accept your apology.’

‘I told people not to harass you but I can’t control what happens so that was my way of trying not to have people come at you.

‘However, you have to know that actions have consequences and while I feel bad that people are harassing you, you’ve got to own up.’

He added that he ‘wasn’t mad at all’ when she hit the piano the first time but the second time was ‘pretty messed up’.

Her apology has also been widely criticized for it’s lack of genuineness and her attempt to minimize her fault by saying that she has seen worse things downtown. 







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