Perrie Edwards appears to throw more shade at Zayn Malik
Perrie Edwards seemingly throws more shade at Zayn Malik in a new Little Mix song.
The girl group accidentally shared a preview of their second single 'You Gotta Not' from their forthcoming album 'Glory Days' and the 23-year-old beauty sings about "needing a man" in what appears to be another swipe at her ex-fiancé Zayn Malik.
According to The Sun Online, she sings: "I need a man. A man who can act like a man, I ain't here to baby sit no one, I'm only looking for the one to love."
And bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock belts out: "Asking her for money (you gotta not). You never keep your house clean (you gotta not) Wearing dirty laundry (you gotta not) Is that what you call flirting (you gotta not)
"You ain't even working boy go get a job, When you wanna start growing up we can boom boom boom til we fall in love."
While Jesy Nelson adds: "You don't even like kids (you gotta not). And you still smoke cigs ew (you gotta not)."
It comes after Perrie appeared to mock the former One Direction star's sexual prowess on previous song 'Shout Out To My Ex'.
The blonde beauty was left devastated when Zayn abruptly called off their engagement last year but seemed to get her own back with the track.
The lyrics include, "I hope she's gettin' better sex, Hope she ain't fakin' it like I did, babe,' which could be a reference to Zayn's new girlfriend Gigi Hadid.
And after Zayn, 23, had the tattoo of a cartoon Perrie removed from his bicep recently, she sings: "Guess I should say thank you, For the 'hate yous' and the tattoos, Oh baby I'm cool by the way, Ain't sure I loved you anyway."
Speaking previously about the track, Jade Thirlwall, 23, said: "'Shout Out To My Ex' is a song that we're sure loads of people can relate to.
"It's all about moving on after a relationship ends to bigger and better things, and leaving the past where it should be."