A woman was slammed after being caught on camera telling a busker to stop singing because she didn’t like her voice.
Singer Nahscha was singing in New York when the amateur critic decided to interject with a vile comment.
Her video of the incident has racked up 8.4 million views and seen the busker flooded with support over the woman’s comment.
In the video, Nahscha was about to start singing before the woman heckled her while travelling down to a train platform.
She can be heard saying “Your voice is like uh uh,” as she flashes a thumbs-down. She adds: “Don’t sing anymore,” and then disappears while the people around her laugh.
In her video, the busker appealed for people to be nicer – and was flooded with supportive comments.
Nahscha wrote: “I don’t post this for sympathy. I just hope it reminds someone to think before they speak unnecessary/rude/hateful/condescending comments towards others.
“You never know what people are going through. Please do your best to radiate positive energy and be kind. Karma is real and nobody likes a bully.”
One viewer commented: “People who are bullies like this are reflecting their own insecurities onto others.
“They feel angry when they see someone doing something they were told they couldn’t do.”
Another said: “A perfect example of someone spewing the hate they feel inside. You keep going, you’re amazing.”
A third asked: “Why was she so negative? Your voice is amazing, don’t stop doing what you love.”
Another fan commented: “She’s probably the sort of person who gets off by bringing others down.
“If you have nothing good to say, don’t say anything at all. Keep doing you.”