October 31, 2017
Niall Horan Tweets At Fans Often, But Golf May Be His Reason

Niall Horan has been causing panic on social media because he is sickly lately, but at least he is talking to his One Direction fans. On the other hand, Niall Horan gave an interview to Irish Golfer for their 2016 October issue that repeated his message about how he wanted to be an ambassador for golf.

Despite this, Niall Horan's fans on Twitter are disturbed about him getting sick a lot lately. For example, UnReality TV continues the Niall Horan mysterious illness chronicle on September 16 by stating that fans are now concerned because he has been posting sickly pics on social media for almost two weeks.

Although Niall Horan has stated he only has acid reflux, fans were not necessarily reassured when he pictured himself topless with medical monitoring equipment attached to his chest.

Niall Horan is going to need to release solo music.
On Twitter, a few Niall Horan fans are worried that he has a serious problem with his throat that might prevent him from making solo music. [Image by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images]

Alternatively, Niall Horan's fans should be glad he is giving them any kind of updates at all because it seems that many members of One Direction are avoiding fans by taking a vacation from the band and their fandom.

Harry Styles has been the most absentee, and the last posts he made on Instagram were from around June 12. On Twitter, Harry Styles has only made a handful of posts in the past four months compared to Niall Horan.

Liam Payne is somewhere in the middle, and although he does post on social media on occasion, his posts are sparse and usually business related. Nevertheless, when Liam Payne's fans make a fuss over him for a band anniversary or his birthday, he always takes time to get online to thank them.

At the same time, Louis Tomlinson is around on social media during the One Direction hiatus, but he is allegedly taking a negative whack at some particular 1D fans on social media.

Louis Tomlinson has decided to stay in touch with fans while he is on vacation from One Direction, but he is allegedly banning "Larry."

Larry refers to the fan fiction romance between Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles, and fans call the relationship "Larry Stylinson." According to E! Online, in mid-September, Louis Tomlinson decided to use the anti-troll function on Instagram to block all instances of "Larry" from appearing in his feed.

Regardless of the reasons that the rest of One Direction might need to take a break from social media, Niall Horan might be a permanent fixture during the hiatus.

However, Niall Horan may be staying on top of social media because he still needs to reach out to the public about his golf ventures.

Niall Horan might return to America for golf
Golf will continue to be an ongoing theme throughout 2016 as Niall Horan signs more golfers to his company's roster. [Image by Ian Walton/Getty Images]

For example, in his newest interview with Irish Golfer, Niall Horan said they signed their first amateur golfer, Guido Migliozzi. At 19 years old, Migliozzi is one of Italy's best of his age group, and Niall Horan's Modest Golf Management will allegedly be making "future player announcements by the end of the year."

Irish Golfer goes on to say that this intrigue about Niall Horan signing more golfers to his Modest Golf Management roster makes him a definite case of "watch this space."

Nevertheless, it is not all about golf for Niall Horan. In fact, Niall Horan also regularly uses social media to reach out to his fans in a personal way. For example, Niall Horan posted on his Instagram account around September 14 a picture of him celebrating his birthday with friends.

While there may be a lot of talk about Niall Horan in relation to poor health or loving golf, fans should also anticipate some new music from him in the near future.

Irish Examiner claims on September 4 that Niall Horan fans can expect his new music to include the producer and songwriter behind Adele, Pink, Sia, Katy Perry, and Paul McCartney, Greg Kurstin.

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