Zayn Malik’s departure from One Direction was painful for followers again within the day, and now his former bandmate Liam Payne is utilizing TikTok to poke enjoyable on the aftermath.
Who might ever neglect Zayn Malik‘s game-changing decision to leave One Direction back in 2015? Well Liam Payne, 28, certainly hasn’t — and the “Strip That Down” crooner even made an epic (and hilarious) TikTok video to rehash the fallout of Zayn, 28, quitting the beloved boy band. The Sept. 6 video, which could be seen under, options Liam imitating the assembly that apparently befell between himself and his former bandmates (Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson) with their band administration after Zayn left the group.
In the footage, Liam is completely in-sync as he mouths the audio of a confused man yelling, “Are we absolutely sure what direction we’re going?” He additionally wrote an on-screen caption that reads, “POV the meeting after zayn quit. forgot I had this in draft.” In the caption of the video, the British celebrity wrote, “#sunshine 😂😂😂 forgot I made this a while ago hope you see the funny side.”
#sunshine 😂😂😂 forgot I made this some time in the past hope you see the humorous aspect
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As One Direction followers will sadly always remember, Zayn left the band in March 2015, 5 years after they fashioned on the UK model of The X-Factor. Liam, Harry, Niall and Louis continued on as a bunch of 4 and put out one final album, Made within the Am, earlier than they determined to go on an indefinite hiatus and all pursue solo careers. Since then, Liam has launched one EP, 2018’s First Time, and one studio album, LP1, which was launched in December 2019. His single “Strip That Down” was an enormous hit, and peaked at quantity ten on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 2017.
Ever for the reason that band broke up, its former members have been open about how there’s no arduous emotions between them. In reality, Liam even teased in an Instagram Live session in June 2021 after a telephone name with Harry that if he had it his manner, the group would reunite. “I’d love for us to get in a room at some point,” he admitted. “I think it would be the best thing. We’ve all said it outside, we’ve just not said it to each other. There’s a song in there somewhere. Somebody write that down!”