Bizarre fight over souvenir at Harry Styles concert has split the internet

Two women have taken to the internet after a video of the couple fighting over a strange souvenir at a Harry Styles concert went viral.

They were filmed arguing over a wooden drumstick at the end of the Love on Tour show at Madison Square Garden in New York last week.

The drumstick, which belonged to Style’s star drummer Sarah Jones, was thrown into the crowd at the end of the performance.

An image of two women fighting at a Harry Styles concert.
Two women were filmed arguing over Harry Styles drummer Sarah Jones’ wooden mace, which was thrown into the crowd.
TikTok / @pombotv

In the video, a woman is seen holding the cane with two hands and smiling while the other clutches it with one hand, begging for the cane and claiming that she was the first to grab it.

“I had it in my hand before you did it please I literally had it come on I literally had it in my hand before you did it,” said the woman, referred to by the punters as “the Girl with short pixie hair”. .

The 10-second video, posted by Avelino Pombo, has been viewed more than 7.6 million times, with TikTok users trying to decipher who had the stick first.

The second woman, dubbed the “Blue Shirt Girl” and since identified as Valentina Veseli, commented on the video and revealed the answer to the question.

“LMAO, I’m the girl in the blue. I left it to the other girl,” she said, much to the relief of those who were on the “Team Short Pixie Hair Girl.”

This was confirmed by other TikTok users who claimed to have seen the other woman with the drumstick at the train station after the concert.

An image of two women fighting at a Harry Styles concert.
The 10-second video has been viewed more than 7.6 million times on TikTok
TikTok / @pombotv

“The girl with the short black hair got it! I saw her wearing it at the train station last night after the concert,” said one user.

That same night, Styles paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in New York after the monarch’s death.

“Please join me in a round of applause for 70 years of service,” he said as fans cheered and applauded.

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