Liam Payne is facing serious backlash on social media, as fans have accused him of fetishising bisexual women.
The hashtag #LiamPayneIsOverParty started trending worldwide on Twitter after he dropped his debut album LP1.
A lot of people have taken issue with his new song, ‘Both Ways’, in which Liam sings about having sex with a bisexual woman.
The backlash against Liam has also caused people to point out other problematic statements he has made too.
— nic🦋 (@trexgbd) December 7, 2019
So Liam decided to write a song fetishising bisexual women? And has previously said he wouldn’t let his son be near Harry because Harry dresses ‘feminine’? Throw the whole man away, that’s gross. #liampayneisoverparty pic.twitter.com/CiHDPvTcnQ
— Chloe 👑🏳️🌈 (@PethBridge) December 7, 2019
— annabelle hartnett (@annabellehnet) December 7, 2019
the fact that liam himself, his dumb management and producers, thought this trash song fetishizing bisexual women and was okay to release is fucking gross y’all stan this? #liampayneisoverparty pic.twitter.com/L6hSqXlij9
— sophia (@Imaginedbeer) December 6, 2019
pov: you’re liam payne and you dropped your debut album that included a song fetishizing bisexual women that you, your team, and management had the nerve to write, produce, and release #liampayneisoverparty pic.twitter.com/ROnZ4Ie2vt
— lei ⎊ #renewannewithane (@lucifersloki) December 7, 2019
— kiera🍉 (@colorfuIsides) December 6, 2019
#liampayneisoverparty we don’t stan men using bisexual women as objects for their pleasure. bisexuals wanting threesomes is the worst fucking stereotype stop being so biphobic my god
— bisexual of the day (@bioftheday) December 7, 2019
In addition to scathing reviews, critics and fans accuse the album and song “Both Ways” of fetishizing bisexual women. pic.twitter.com/KuJdJpD4nB
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) December 6, 2019