Since the announcement of the departure of Zayn Malik from One Direction, fans raged on Perrie Edwards, the fiancée of the singer. Why so much hate?
Since Zayn Malik has officially announced that he was leaving One Direction to find “a normal life outside the spotlight”, all the fans and observers around the world ask this question: Zayn Malik will he finally marry Perrie Edwards with who is betrothed since summer 2013? Is it to appease jealousy and impatience of the pretty blonde Zayn decided to leave everything? Still, the Directioners raged on poor singer Little Mix, accusing him of all evil and even going so far compare to the Machiavellian Yoko Ono, wife of John Lennon that had imploded the Beatles (all This is very short and very hot …).
Why so much hate? It all started the rumor of infidelity beautiful brown it a few days ago on the tour On the Road Again Tour. Immediately after the release of this rumor, the young man left the tour for, they said, regaining Perrie. Is it during this tumultuous reunion that Perrine was brought face to e terrible dilemma: the One D or her? This is all that … imagine if some
“He told Perrie he would do anything to get it back and i did not want the eternally postpone the date of their marriage, said a source. But Perrie does not know where she is and supports over the know for months away, without knowing what it does “.
Jealousy Perrie could therefore explain the radical decision to Zayn. On Twitter, it is the stronger thesis. Perrie Edwards has also become the scapegoat of this case on the social network:
“That’s what hurts the most … Perrie would never have left his group for their relationship?” “I hate you Perrie and yet before, I liked you.” “Perrie is there for something, it has to.” “If Zayn wanted to leave something, he should have left Perrie, not the group.” “Seriously, Perrie Edwards thinks him Yoko Ono or what?” “She just destroys the One Direction!” These are some of the fans of Twitter reactions that demonstrate their anger against the young woman.
It now awaits the reaction of interest. And you, what do you think?