Is Zayn Malik trying to send a one last message to Perrie Edwards that it’s over? He posted a cryptic tweet on Sept. 24 that has fans wondering if he’s closing the book once and for all!
Nearly two months after Zayn Malik, 22, broke off his engagement to Perrie Edwards, 22, on August 4, he tweeted something that may be his final farewell to his ex! He’s no stranger to throwing shade, but this time he seems to be taking a stand that he is completely done in a pretty firm way. Take a look at his tweet below and see what you think!
After three days of no Twitter activity, Zayn posted a very interesting tweet in the early morning of Sept. 24. No names were used, but the meaning behind it certainly suggests that Zayn is trying to tell Perrie something!
I don't want you to wait for me, I'm not coming home✌️
— zayn (@zaynmalik) September 24, 2015
Whoa, that is definitely making a statement! Zayn has already used Twitter to prove that he’s over his Perrie by totally dissing her band, Little Mix — whose album Salute you can buy here — right after their split. Although it’s unclear if his latest tweet is directed individually at Perrie, the “not coming home” message seems to be telling someone a last goodbye!
Considering Zayn has a major record deal with RCA and has hinted that he’ll release new music sooner than we expect, his tweet could just be lyrics from an upcoming song. Plus, Perrie revealed that she turned to some junk food and her girlfriends to help get her through the breakup, so she seems to be doing better. But if Zayn felt the need to tweet something so blunt, maybe Perrie is still not doing so well behind the scenes?
Whatever the case, we’re thinking Zayn will give us some clarity regarding his cryptic tweet soon. And since we don’t want to see Perrie hurt anymore than she already has, let’s hope that clarity comes in the form of a new song with “I don’t want you to wait for me/I’m not coming home” in it!
HollywoodLifers, what do YOU think Zayn’s tweet means? Is it a message to Perrie or song lyrics? Tell us your thoughts below?
— Taylor Weatherby