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Zayn Malik slams Simon Cowell and the QUEEN in foul-mouthed new songs

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RECLUSIVE pop star Zayn Malik appears intent on making extra enemies than followers judging by his new music – a foray into rap.

The former member of One Direction yesterday dropped three songs as a group known as Yellow Tape, in which he slated Kanye West, Simon Cowell and, bizarrely, The Queen.

Zayn Malik dropped three songs as a group known as Yellow Tape, in which he slated Kanye West, Simon Cowell and, The QueenCredit: Getty – Contributor
On the song Believe Me, Zayn makes a dig at X Factor boss Simon Cowell’s record label, rapping: 'Glad we left the Syco'
On the track Believe Me, Zayn makes a dig at X Factor boss Simon Cowell’s report label, rapping: ‘Glad we left the Syco’Credit: Getty

But the transfer appeared to harass his report label, as followers accused RCA of eradicating the hyperlink to the songs a short while after he shared them.

Zayn had posted the songs on Twitter in a Dropbox hyperlink, which means anybody may hearken to them without cost. But it now takes you to an error web page.

On the track Believe Me, Zayn makes a dig at X Factor boss Simon’s report label, rapping: “Glad we left the Syco.”

And in a extra surprising outburst associated to the Queen, who he met at the Royal Variety Show in 2012, he spits: “F* the Queen, she gon’ knight ’em for their violence.”

But his weirdest try at a diss is geared toward Kanye – the rival of Taylor Swift, who’s greatest friends along with his long-term girlfriend Gigi Hadid.

On the track Grimex, Zayn – whose daughter Khai turns one subsequent week – sings: “F* Kanye, beat him by farting.”

I can’t precisely declare to be Kanye’s greatest fan – the rapper has mentioned and executed some questionable issues in current years – however maybe Zayn could be higher off trying in the mirror.

Kanye’s new album Donda simply went to No1.

Zayn’s final report barely scraped into the Top 20 and this try at relevance will probably be forgotten by tomorrow.

How the mighty have fallen.

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