Ok, you genuinely seem worried about this. So…
Remember Skylab? That weighed a lot, and took a lot of rocket to get it up there. That amount of mass that high would cause damage if it dropped, but it was also orbiting, so was gradually slowed by the Earth’s atmosphere and ended up as a meteor shower. It would take a lot of rocket to have stopped Skylab in its orbit, so it fell straight through the atmosphere.
Remember Apollo? The huge rocket to go to the moon, and the tiny rockets to get back? The re-entry capsule was deliberately aimed to graze the Earth’s atmosphere, so it could lose the kinetic energy. The same rockets could have sent it straight at the earth, to hit it with almost all the kinetic energy. Not good for the astronauts, but possible.
The artificial meteor shower is a tiny Skylab. If it’s up there, it only takes a small rocket to de-orbit it so it will burn up at a particular time and place. It’s neat physics, but still a dumb idea IMHO.
That Chinese thing on the other side of the moon is at the Apollo tiny rocket starting point. If it puts in a rival bid, then you can start to worry.