Right now, there is a party on Twitter because Perrie Edwards of Little Mix decided to settle the score about her break up with Zayn Malik, and the statement is not in Zayn's favor.
The idea that Zayn Malik may have misinformed his fans is disheartening, but the people tweeting #PerrieExposedZaynParty may be Little Mix fans. The party began when it was revealed that Little Mix was releasing a new book, and Zayn Malik is mentioned.
In particular, Gossip Cop reports, the Little Mix book confirms that Perrie Edwards was informed via text message by Zayn Malik that their engagement was over.
Zayn Malik and Little Mix fans alike remember all too well around mid-November, 2015, when Zayn Malik gave one of his first post-One Direction interviews.
In that interview with Fader, Zayn Malik said he would never break up with Perrie Edwards with a text, and that he still loved her and had "too much respect" for her, according to E! Online.
According to an October 16 report from Daily Star, the book by Little Mix will be called Our World, and in it Perrie Edwards states the following about her break up from Zayn Malik:
"[A] four-year relationship, two year engagement ended by a simple text message. Just like that."Alternatively, Perrie Edwards and Little Mix may have been responding to the alleged autobiography that Zayn Malik is writing. In Zayn Malik's excerpt published on October 13, NME quotes the book in the following.
"Every lyric I've ever written has a story behind it. All the hard work that went into the creation of 'Pillowtalk' was worthwhile because, as soon as it was finished, I intuitively felt I was on the right path. It was a sick cut, nailing the exact sound I wanted to capture in my music. I was also able to sing about a subject that I hadn't really been able to go near while I was in One Direction: sex."On the other hand, Perrie Edwards may have been saving up her anger about what Zayn Malik said in the Fader interview. When she did an interview with the German media in June 2016 while she was on tour with Little Mix, it appeared she had some things to get off her chest.
For example, as previously reported by The Inquisitr, Perrie Edwards said she could not believe some of the gossip in the media about her. In particular, Perrie Edwards said "I hear a lot of crazy rumors about myself. I don't think I could pick the worst one."
Was Perrie Edwards referring to Zayn Malik and his lies in the Fader interview? Either way, as Little Mix's latest song reveals, Perrie Edwards is over Zayn Malik for good.
According to an October 10 report from Mirror, Little Mix's "Shoutout to My Ex" includes lyrics directed at Zayn Malik such as "Heard he in love with some other chick, yeah that hurt me I'll admit, forget that boy I'm over it."
Speaking of lyrics directed at Zayn Malik, the Swet Shop Boys, Heems and Riz MC, have finally released their new album Cashmere. The album has a song titled "Zayn Malik," and when describing their album, they touch on something that Zayn said in his autobiography preview.
About their album release Riz MC told NPR the following about what it means to be free to express yourself when you are making music.
"Something that I think you sometimes have to think about as an artist of color is when you're tapping into your ethnic identity to express yourself freely, and when you're actually being forced to commodify it for the benefit of someone else."Perrie Edwards is throwing her last jabs at Zayn Malik, but it is not Perrie that Gigi Hadid needs to be worried about. According to the New York Times, [Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images]