Louis Tomlinson SLAMS former bandmate Zayn Malik for dissing One Direction in new song

He doesn't hold back!

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Louis Tomlinson has appeared to slam his former bandmate Zayn Malik, after he seemed to diss One Direction in his new song.

This week, Zayn released a new track called ‘Good Years’, and the lyrics appear to reference his time in the band, before he left in 2015.

The song includes the lyrics: “I’d rather be anywhere, anywhere but here / I close my eyes, I see a crowd of a thousand tears / I pray to God I didn’t waste all my good years.”

Zayn also sings, “Too much drugs and alcohol. What the hell were we fighting for? / Cause now the whole damn world will know / That we’re too numb and just too dumb to change the story.”

Not long after Zayn released the song, his former bandmate Louis tweeted, “Proper confused. What a hypocrite!”

Louis’ tweet sent fans into a frenzy, as they’ve been holding out hope for a complete 1D reunion – and now it looks like it’s definitely not happening.

Moving on from the drama, Louis said in another tweet, “Anywayyyyy just signed off on the final production of something I’m very excited about :).”

“Also have to say X Factor was such an amazing experience! Can’t believe it’s over. Thank you to the whole team and all the contestants!”

Just last year, Zayn told British Vogue that the relationship with his bandmates had “broken apart” before he left in 2015.

He said, “I ain’t spoke to any of them for a long time, to be honest with you. That’s just the way it is. There’s things that happen and things that were said after I left. Snide things. Small things that I would never have expected.

“We went from theatres, to arenas, to stadiums – there was never any sort of bridge between. Just boom, boom, boom.

“I guess that kind of progression to any mind – but especially when you’re 17, 18 – it kind of affects you a little bit. People take it different ways – especially when there are five different personalities. The relationships had broken apart,” he added.