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Zayn Malik Is The Reason Why One Direction Is Not Having A Reunion – The Feud Is Still On!


Fans of One Direction are dreaming of the day the boy band would reunite, but there is something that prevents that dream from becoming a reality – the feud between Zayn Malik and the rest of the guys! It turns out that there are still a lot of ‘hurt feelings’ that make it hard for the bandmates to come together again.

While the singes are now focusing on their solo careers, a lot of fans would love to see them release new music or even go on tour together again.
But as it turns out, some of Zayn’s lyrics have managed to offend his former mates and there is a lot of tension between them.
One source told HollywoodLife that ‘the guys are not talking about getting the band back together, and so there will be no One Direction reunion any time soon. Harry, Louis, Zayn and the other guys are all working on their own things with no time set aside to get back together right now.’
But, as mentioned before, their solo careers are not the only reasons why 1D is not following in Jonas Brothers’ footsteps and reuniting!
The insider noted that there ‘is still some bad blood between some of the guys which, until those emotions are resolved, the hurt feelings will stand in the way of doing a tour, new music or any work together. The guys were offended by some of the lyrics in some of Zayn’s solo work.’
Sure enough, there was one song, in particular, that seemed to tick them off!
In ‘Good Years,‘ Zayn sings: ‘I close my eyes and see a crowd of a thousand tears. I pray to God I didn’t waste all my good years.’
As you can tell, it totally sounds like he regrets his time as part of One Direction and Louis thought he meant that too since he tweeted on the same day the song was dropped: ‘I’m proper confused. What a hypocrite!’

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