Greg spills his emotions on Twitter
Mullingar-born Greg, 27, told his Twitter followers that he’d shed a few tears while watching Niall, 20, play in their home country.
‘OMG Jesus Christ coke park was amazing wow cried loads for my kid brother the best night if my life so proud of him and all the lads,’ Tweeted Greg.
‘Just watched my bro smash croke park stage very very proud big brother love u @NiallOfficial more than words can describe x x.’
But despite Greg‘s pride, his happiness seemed to sour yesterday.
Directioners are worried that he may have experienced a slight backlash from some 1D fans after he bizarrely went on a mysterious Twitter rant.
‘Now it’s time too plough on as I know now nothing is gonna change with the situation awh well,’ he Tweeted.
‘It’s an honour being a part of the 1D family really is but I’m done with all got some good memories and met some amazing people.
‘Never been treated like absolute S??T like this before it’s an absolute disgrace I’m so hurt it’s not even funny anymore it’s gettin serious.’
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