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'He wanted to spend time with his family and his missus. That's cool with us,' Liam says of former bandmate Zayn.
During his recent appearance with other 1D members on James Corden's show, Tomlinson said that he and Malik were 'on good terms.'
The former Oasis frontman tells his brother to 'leave those 1d kids alone' after the latter called Zayn 'f**king idiot' for leaving One Direction to be 'a normal 22-year-old.'
The former One Direction star picks sides as Louis Tomlinson's feud with producer Naughty Boy continues on Twitter.
The former Oasis guitarist mocks the former boybander's for wanting to be a 'normal 22-year-old' while he could be 'f**king anything that moves and gettin' paid half a million dollars a week.'
The former boybander changes his Twitter handle from @zaynmalik1D to only @zaynmalik, and deletes link to the band's official website on his bio.
The singer also says he and his One Direction bandmates want a 'long-lasting album that you can listen to anytime' like Ed Sheeran's.
The scientist answers an 'important' question about 'the cosmological effect' of Zayn leaving young girls across the universe heartbroken when he announced his departure from the group.
The snapshot in which the former singer of One Direction posed next to the Bollywood actor while at the 2015 Asian Awards has gained 120,000 retweets and has been liked 170,000 times.
The former NSYNC member says that Hazza had been recording solo and was about to leave before bandmate Malik abruptly departed the group.
Making his first ever red carpet appearance after his exit from One Direction, Malik was spotted sporting a new shaved head and nose ring on his left nostril.
The music mogul admits that he first wanted to ask Malik to stay 'a bit longer' in the band, but he eventually let him go as '[he] could see he was a bit stressed and needed some time off.'
The band's management has posted the first official photo of the remaining One Direction members Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne.
Instead of offering apology for Zayn Malik Boston Marathon bomber joke, the host of 'Real Time with Bill Maher' fired back at critics, saying that they were acting like 'a teenage girl.'
The 'Thinking Out Loud' hitmaker thinks that 'being a normal 22-year-old's pretty boring' and doubts that Zayn will have more fun after splitting from the band.