Zayn Malik Leaked Cover Of No Type Is Not Real

Posted: Jun 16 2015, 6:58am CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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Zayn Malik Leaked Cover of No Type is Not Real
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  • Naughty Boy says Former One Direction Member Zayn Malik’s Cover Song of 'No Type' isn’t Real

Naughty Boy has said the former member of One Direction, Zayn Malik’s song leaked on the Internet isn’t real. This is in regard to his a previously recorded number which Naughty Boy has said is not the actual thing.

Naughty Boy has pointed out a naughty act of Zayn Malik. And he said it in a naughty manner on Twitter. A leaked song by Zayn is not original stuff according to Naughty Boy.

The song was later on affirmed to be not real but as they say fame needs no alibi. It was still downloaded countless times by raving fans of the youthful Zayn.

Naughty Boy who was Zayn’s producer has written on Twitter that his fans ought to wait for the real thing since it is way better. He cleared up the issue by saying that it was not his or Zayn’s fault for that matter.

Rather what had happened was that some stuff got pilfered from the hard copy version. Part of the lyrics belonged to Brit rap artist Mic Righteous who trashed Naughty Boy for excluding him from the production.

He termed him a musical marionette too. In fact, he said that Naughty Boy refused to recognize him like the religious example of Peter showing ignorance concerning Jesus Christ.

Zayn Malik’s song was recorded awhile back. And it made its way into the folds of cyberspace. It seems Zayn has a lot to look forward to despite leaving One Direction high and dry.

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