One Direction's Liam Payne Defends 'Duck Dynasty' Endorsement on Twitter

November 23: Liam Payne and pro wrestler Kurt Angle during One Direction celebrates 1D Day at YouTube Space LA in Playa Vista, California.

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"Being a fan of someones show and the way they still hold a family together doesnt mean i am ok with all they say," writes the 1D Member.

One Direction member Liam Payne received his fair share of online finger-wagging last weekend after reaching out to "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson on Twitter and commending the "family values" exhibited on the hit series.

"huge love to you/your family huge respect for your business prosperities and the family values you still all behold. big fan," the 20-year-old wrote toward Robertson on Saturday (Jan. 18). The exchange happened weeks after Willie Robertson's father, Phil, was heavily criticized and briefly suspended from the show for making anti-gay comments in an interview with GQ.

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Hours after tweeting at Robertson, Payne was defending himself from onlookers who associated his co-sign of the "Duck Dynasty" values with homophobia. "Being a fan of someones show and the way they still hold a family together doesnt mean i am ok with all they say," he wrote. Payne later wrote, "again i just like the show and i love when families stick together, i havent said i agree with all that theyve ever said," and on the following day, he lashed out at his displeased legions.

"Oh my god can someone literally not be a fan if a show without bring labeled WTf I bought dinner the other day it made a news story," he wrote. "What I gotta do to please you bastards I'm a 20 year old just living life as you did when u where twenty but in extraordinary circumstances... And I know I'm playing into your hands writing these tweets but I'm sick of stupid stories it's time you all grow up."

Last week, Payne apologized after a photo was taken of the boy band member on the ledge of a London building. "I regret being there and having a photo taken. ... It was a stupid and irresponsible thing to do," he wrote.

After One Direction's third studio album, "Midnight Memories," debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart last November, the quintet will kick off a stadium tour on Apr. 25 in Colombia.