Is Zayn Malik suffering from a case of breakup regret? The former One Direction member broke the heart of his former fiancee, Perrie Edwards, and now she wants nothing to do with him, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
Zayn Malik, 22, shouldn’t be surprised that his ex-fiancee, Perrie Edwards, 21, doesn’t want to speak to him. After all, he didn’t even have the courtesy to end their relationship in person, or even with a phone call. After dumping her via text message in July, a brokenhearted Perrie has turned the tables on Zayn.
“Zayn has been kind of all over the place with his emotions. He’s been up to his bad habits like partying too much and that makes him feel bad about himself. Perrie always had a way of making him feel good about himself and now that he doesn’t have her to lean on, he’s kind of lost and lonely” our insider tells Hollywoodlife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
The former One Direction hottie had a serious case of the sads as he left Hollytwood’s Warwick nightclub Aug. 26. “He’s been trying to to talk to her, but she’s gone radio silent on him. The chances of them reconciling are pretty slim considering he totally broke her heart,” our source shared.
As HollywoodLife.com previously told you, Zayn feels awful about abruptly ending things with Perrie. He felt really bad after the Little Mix singer broke down in tears onstage while performing on Aug. 19. “Now he sees how hard she’s taking everything and he feels like a world class d***,” the source told us. “He’s been calling and texting her just to see how she’s doing and talk but Perrie isn’t answering.”
Can you blame her? First, she stood by him as he abruptly quit 1D back in March. Then, four months later he abruptly quit Perrie! He should be ashamed of how he’s treated her and not surprised at all that she wants nothing more to do with him. Perrie has her three bandmates to lean on and a hot new jam called “Hair.” Meanwhile, Zayn’s former 1D mates have only grown closer in his absence.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Perrie should give Zayn a second chance?
— Beth Shilliday, Reporting by Sandra Clark