Trisha Malik sticks up for her son
The owner of an account in the name of Trisha Malik from Bradford stood up for the singer after cruel bullies taunted him over his Asian background and Muslim religion.
‘Hope you’re happy now Zayn noticed your tweet! You can’t even imagine how it made him upset, you psycho,’ Tweeted Trisha, who isn’t followed by the 1D star.
Zayn, 20, has previously deleted his Twitter account because of online abuse and notably posts less often than his band mates.
The 1D boys are currently on a short break from their Take Me Home world tour and Trisha told her followers at the weekend that Zayn was back home in Bradford.
She later let Directioners know that there was nothing she could do to get her son to Tweet more often.
‘It wasnt even zayn who tweeted the 3 last tweets it was management. & i cant force him to login twitter if he doesnt want X-,’ Tweeted Trisha.
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