Zayn Malik's mood swing is over! The One Direction singer delighted his fans by returning to Twitter, and there are more details about why he left in the first place.
So was it because jealous Directioners were sending him nasty messages about Perrie Edwards? Not exactly - the 1D guys would never leave Twitter just because fans attack their girlfriends. Instead it sounds like some Twitter trolls hurt Zayn's feelings by accusing him of smoking weed and cheating on Perrie. So it's okay to call Perrie every bad name in the book, but it's not okay to accuse Zayn of mistreating her by cheating on her. Got that, Directioners?
According to the Daily Mail, Zayn Malik used the social networking site Kik to send his friends this message:
"Don't worry about me, im fine. I just deleted my account because of all the hate i was getting just by tweeting something simple."
"And all the rumours of me smoking weed and cheating. I dont need to read any of that negativity."
Interestingly, he still hasn't tweeted to his fans that he wasn't trying to cheat on Perrie Edwards in a video making the rounds on the web. Zayn deleted his Twitter account shortly after Directioners started a Twitter storm over the footage, which seemingly shows Zayn trying to bring a girl back to his hotel room. He also appears to be drunk, but perhaps some fans were blaming his slurred speech on smoking weed.
It's possible that Zayn has been advised by his management to simply ignore the video, and they might be responsible for talking him into getting back on Twitter. After all, the social networking site is one of the best ways for One Direction to promote their music. By leaving Twitter Zayn likely had Directioners worried that he might quit the band, and some fans probably felt like he didn't care about them anymore. There's no way his management was okay with him quitting.
1D says that they want to "Live While We're Young" in their new song, and obviously they're not living if they're not on Twitter, right?
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