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Zayn Malik urges fans to stop abuse

Zayn Malik urges fans to stop abuse

Zayn Malik has asked fans to stop abusing him online.

The former One Direction star has faced a tirade of abuse since arguing with ex-bandmate Louis Tomlinson on Twitter, but has insisted he hasn't done anything wrong and still loves his fans.

He wrote on Twitter: "Don't know why I'm being attacked for defending myself , people got it twisted! I love my fans ?! Every single one of you x (sic)."

The tweet comes just a day after the 22-year-old singer publicly lashed out at Louis for feuding with producer Naughty Boy - whose real name is Shahid Khan - who is working with Zayn on his solo material.

Responding to negative comments made towards the producer by the 'Story of My Life' hitmaker, Zayn wrote: "remember when you had a life and stopped making b***hy comments about mine?"

Following Zayn's tweet, Naughty Boy added fuel to the fire by saying the 23-year-old singer has no vocal ability.

The 'La La La' producer responded: "And some people can't even sing.. but who's complaining when there's auto tune eh (sic)."

However, the 'Night Changes' singer - who is also a footballer for Doncaster Rovers - continued to insult the musician and accused him of "riding on the back" of his former pal's career.

He wrote: "Jesus forgot you were such an in demand producer .... How does it feel to be riding on the back of someone else's career ?

"I think we've done alright in terms of sales and I've happened to write on most. Keep trying ! (sic)"