Harry Styles is still on tour for his “Love On Tour” series of concerts around the world, and he recently made a big change in one of his songs that enraged fans who wanted to “humble” him to look back where he came from; what happened?
Last year, as the lead single from his platinum-selling album “Harry’s House,” the former One Direction member released “As It Was,” with the original lyrics reading, “Leave America, two kids follow her.”
Since then, many British fans have used the line to remind the musician that he spends more time in the United States than in his home country.
According to BuzzFeed News, during his UK tour, concertgoers screamed the lyrics loudly to send him the message. Styles can be seen smiling and laughing as his fans shout the line in unison during those moments.
After taking a holiday break, the Grammy Award-winning artist recently resumed his scheduled concerts in Los Angeles, California.
Fans are debating whether they heard Styles quietly say “I’m staying” after the line at his second Kia Forum show, but the next day, Styles made it clear that he is indeed staying by changing the lyrics to “never leave America.”
Following this, many fans jokingly responded on Twitter, saying they felt “betrayed” by the singer’s decision.
“never leave america harry styles?? because you can stay there and we eat all the cheese bread stirring our tail without you ok. feeling betrayed.”
“i can’t tell if uk harry styles fans are actually mad that he changed ‘leave her America’ to ‘never leave America’ or if they’re just really good at pretending to be mad.”
“harry styles needs to be humbled after saying never during the leave america part last night.”
As of this writing, Harry Styles has yet to confirm whether he will permanently relocate to the United States. According to Capital FM, he owns an apartment in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, in addition to several properties in the UK.
His home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and cost him an astounding $8.7 million.