Emotional Reunion Zayn Malik’s With One Direction After Ugly Naughty Boy Fight

Emotional Reunion Zayn Malik’s With One Direction After Ugly Naughty Boy Fight

In an unexpected turn of events, Zayn Malik, 22, dropped Naughty Boy, 30, from his life & got back in touch with his former bandmates. Zayn and the guys of One Direction haven’t talked much since he quit, but the former band members are on the road to mending their relationship.

Could we expect a 5/5 reunion soon?! Maybe not, but now that Zayn is no longer friends with Naughty Boy after their public fallout, he finally realizes who has his best interest at heart. “Zayn has spoken to Louis Tomlinson, 23, and the 1D boys in the past few weeks after realizing more and more that Naughty Boy was only out for himself.” Thankfully Zayn started to see the light. Ever since he quit One Directionand started getting close to Naughty Boy, Zayn experienced more negativity than ever.

He even got into a Twitter fight with his once best friend in the group. “Zayn actually apologized to Louis for all the crap that went down,” the insider said of the singer’s emotional reunion with his musical mates. “Zayn wanted to reach out and make sure they all knew he was still their brother.” How very mature of him. It’s nice to know all that drama between Zayn and Louis is over and done with. Now everyone can go back to making music!

Harry Styles Talks First Album Without Zayn Malik

Just because Zayn left the band doesn’t mean the guys of One Direction were going to stop making music. When the singer announced his departure from the group, the band didn’t have much time to mourn their loss. They went back into the studio and started working on their fifth studio album. “The songs are coming together quickly, so we’re buzzing with the new stuff,” Harry told Entertainment Weekly. “It carries a slightly new identity.”

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