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Zayn Malik: There’s No ‘Bad Blood’ With His One Direction Bandmates

Mon, April 6, 2015 5:54pm EDT by 11 Comments

Many Directioners are still pretty upset with Zayn for quitting One Direction but EXCLUSIVELY learned that Harry, Liam, Louis and Niall are not angry at all — they do not hold a grudge against their former 5th member at all!

After 5 years as a group, Zayn Malik, 22, walked away from One Direction for good and has just EXCLUSIVELY learned how the remaining four boys really feel about his sudden departure! Find out how Harry Styles, 21, Liam Payne, 21, Niall Horan, 21, and Louis Tomlinson, 23, feel and what they hope happens after Zayn returns from his holiday in France!

Zayn Malik: One Direction Not Angry With Him For Leaving

“There is absolutely no bad blood between any of them and he wishes them the best for the future. When he’s back from holiday, and the lads take a break from their world tour, he hopes they will all be able to talk about it in person,” the insider spilled to us.

Well, that’s reassuring to hear! It would be really heartbreaking if Zayn left on bad terms. The boys are as sweet as can be for supporting Zayn’s decision and we know they will all reunite to hang out as soon as Zayn returns from his holiday!

Zayn Malik’s Reaction To One Direction’s New Interview

Speaking of the sweet boys, during their first interview as a four-piece, they did not say a bad word about Zayn, which learned Zayn was so thankful about.

“The comments by Liam that said they were gutted hit home for him — he never intended of letting the boys down but knew it just wasn’t for him anymore,” a source told HollywoodLife.comEXCLUSIVELY.

“He was thankful that none of them slammed him because he was a little worried one of them might. Instead, he thought that they were very respectful for what he’s going through and understood his plight. There’s no animosity.”

HollywoodLifers, do you think Zayn will stay friends with them forever? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

— Shira Benozilio Reporting by: Jon Boon