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Louis Tomlinson Slams False One Direction Report: 'Typical Unprovoked Venom'

Louis Tomlinson
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Louis Tomlinson attends the World Premiere of "Liam Gallagher: As It Was" at Alexandra Palace on June 6, 2019 in London, England. 

Louis Tomlinson has had enough of the tabloids.   

The crooner took to Twitter on Wednesday (July 24) to shoot down a Mirror UK report with the headline, "Drugs, meltdowns and 'gay sex' rumours - how rivalry and hatred tore One Direction apart."   

"Biggest load of bullshit I’ve seen in a while," Tomlinson wrote of the story on his former band. "Typical unprovoked venom from The Mirror. Couldn’t be further from the truth!"    

Following Zayn Malik's parting from the group in early 2015, remaining four members Tomlinson Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne released Made in the A.M. in November of that year and announced their official hiatus. All former 1D members have had successful solo careers since.


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