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Fans Fear Louis Tomlinson And Zayn Malik Have Re-Ignited Their “Feud”

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Fans are convinced that Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik have re-ignited their feud after his latest lyrics hinted that there might have been more issues between the band than we all first thought.


In his latest song, Good Years, Zayn sings:  “Too much drugs and alcohol, What the hell were we fighting for, I close my eyes and see a crowd of a thousand tears, I pray to God I didn’t waste all my good years.”


Fans then seemed to believe that a tweet from Louis that shortly followed was directed at Zayn, which read: Proper confused. What a hypocrite!


One Direction fans still hold out the hope that when the boys eventually DO re-unite, they might even manage to persuade Zayn to join. I mean, if you’ve seen what happened with Robbie Williams and Take That, you probably won’t hold out much hope at all, but still they’re hoping.

Well, it looks like the hope has been diminished even more, following the singer’s latest interview with Vogue – which came out in December’s issue.

Speaking about the band, Zayn claimed: “I ain’t spoke to any of them for a long time.

“There are things that happen and things that were said after I left – snide things, small things that I would never have expected. The relationships had broken apart.”

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While Zayn doesn’t outright bring up his publicly known feud with Harry Styles in the interview, the interviewer does allude to it and claims “It was no secret that even when touring together, Zayn and Harry had as little to do with one another as possible, and though he was pally enough with the rest of the boys, they are no longer in touch. The love lost is minimal.”

Zayn then adds to that: “That’s just the way it is. People move on, people grow apart, people grow up.

“We went from theatres to arenas to stadiums, there was never any sort of bridge between. Just boom, boom, boom.

Zayn Malik does have a rather large bank of inkings on his body already, so it’s can be easy to lose track of the different tattoos he gets when he adds them (unless you’re a dedicated Directioner in which case I’m sure you know pinpoint locations of every style/shape the singer has), however his latest one is definitely not going to be sweeping under everyone’s radar anytime soon.

The former One Direction singer recently took to Instagram to share his brand new shaved hair, and head inking with his followers – and they were left in a frenzy once they saw how big it was on his head. Lovely, by all means – but very large, and on his head.

 

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Fans were divided on the tattoo, which appears to be a giant mandala etched into the left side of his hairline, with some arguing that the singer had ‘ruined himself’ and to stop getting anymore tattoos, while other fans thought his new inking was lovely and suited him to a tee.


Zayn recently got back together with Gigi Hadid, after announcing that the pair would be ending their relationship. Gigi was forced to hit out at a fan after they branded their pair’s relationship ‘fake’.

‘I really have no hard feelings towards you I just know what a beautiful world there is to go out and live in instead of trying to dissect a relationship between two people that you don’t even know and that you do not see 99% of…,’ she began. ‘For someone who is virtually inactive on the app, I don’t need his follow – my eyes are tattooed to his chest.

‘The energy you put into this does not serve you or your life in any way kids…. truly “beating a dead horse.” You guys can call it promo but I just post about my boyfriend like anyone else, whether I support Z or he supports me is out of love and excitement for one another. ‘There’s nothing to figure out all the time… give it a break. This is my last comment on this matter but I hope u know it’s not coming from a bad place, just would love for you to find something else that inspires you in life… [sic].’

 

Katey Roberts

Katey Roberts

Social Editorial Executive
Katey is the Social Editorial Executive for Media Chain. She graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017 with a BA of Film And Media Studies. Former Social Editor of PRETTY52. Tweet her @kateydoll, or email her at [email protected]