If fans need any more proof that Zayn Malik cheated on Perrie Edwards, all they have to do is pop in his new album, ‘Mine of Mine.’ The ex-1D member admits that he ‘f-cked around’ on his former fiancee — but does he actually blame her for his cheating? Click to see the lyrics!
Well, Zayn Malik, 23, just cleared up any lingering doubt over whether or not he was unfaithful to Perrie Edwards, 22. The evidence that Zayn fooled around behind her back came right out of his mouth on his brand new album, Mind of Mine!
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The chorus Zayn’s song, “She Don’t Love Me,” makes it pretty clear that he two-timed his former fiancée. “I think I know she don’t love me / that’s why I f-ck around,” Zayn croons multiple times on the song, according to Genius, while trying to woo another woman.
“It’s kinda hard to walk right / when you’re walking on my left / with your high heels on / and your sexy ass dress,” he sings. Though, while Zayn seems to admit to cheating on Perrie, the “I know she don’t love me” line almost makes it seem that it’s her fault that he cheated. While cheating is bad, there’s nothing wrong with unlimited and ad-free streaming music, which you can get here.
Most of Zayn’s album is about his pain over his former love, instead of his new and exciting romance with Gigi Hadid, 20. Zayn’s first record since ditching One Direction also includes the song about his break-up with Perrie, “It’s You.” With lyrics like “Tell Me Your Lies / Because I just can’t face it,” it’s one of the most emotionally explosive tracks on the album!
Is Zayn’s cheating confession the most devastating lyric on his new album? He has plenty of songs about her on Mind of Mine. “rEaR vIeW” has him singing about putting his ex in his “rear view,” while ‘tRuTH’ has him pointing fingers about the “truth” of their relationship. Along with the Perrie-centric “It’s You,” could this be one of the most heartbreaking albums of all time?
What do you think about Zayn saying he “f*cked” around, HollywoodLifers?