Reaction of One Direction Fans Regarding Paris Attacks Can Shock Anyone!
One Direction is genuinely a nice band, with songs that just keep getting better and better every time. The popular boy band that recently released its fifth album “Made in the A.M” hours before the deadly Paris attacks took place made sure to offer their sincere condolences to the victims of the attacks. However, on the other hand the band’s fans might not have been the most polite people around as their response might just shock you to the core.
According to Inquisitr, One Direction themselves along with other celebrities put aside their album release and offered their sincere condolences to the people who lost their lives, however, their fans went ahead and proved themselves to be the most insensitive bunch amongst all.
The band’s fans statements about the unfortunate terrorist attack has naturally received a lot of flak from around the globe questioning how can someone even think of saying something like when the entire world is mourning? It all started when one of the fans of One Direction tweeted that it is really sad that the people who died in attacks were not able to listen to the band’s latest album.
If you think this is bad, then the tweet, which went on to encourage the boy band to not stop promoting their album over these attacks, surely made headlines for all the wrong reasons. According to the tweet, this One Direction fan asked the band to not get distracted because of what happened in Paris and in turn asked them to go ahead and promote their album “Made in the A.M.” It is at a difficult time like this, it would be deeply appreciated if One Direction fans would refrain from making any inappropriate and insensitive comments.
Entertainment Weekly on the other hand stated ex-member Zayn Malik’s statements about why did he choose to leave the band. According to the ex-One Directioner, he had no creative freedom in the band and the music that he was making with them wasn’t really him as he never got an opportunity to show who he really was. The singer who signed a deal with RCA records in July calls this as an opportunity to make real music and show who he really is.
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