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August 23rd, 2012
The internet is a flurry with reports that Perez Hilton’s desire to re-evaluate his way of doing business may have just hit a road bump. The former meany media moderator changed his tune last year to present a softer and frinedlier voice on celebrity culture, but after posting a video of One Direction’s Zayn Malik allegedly attempting to convince a woman who is not his girlfriend, Perrie Edwards, to come back to his hotel room, celebrities are allegedly responding to Hilton by pulling their support.
Sites like International Business Times are reporting that superstars Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga and Britney Spears unfollowed the gossip writer on Twitter after the video went viral on his site. But we’re not so sure that’s true.
Spears, Gaga and Hilton have yet to comment on the situation, while Miley Cyrus made it clear that she is not involved in the controversy, tweeting “i don’t know why everyone’s saying I unfollowed Perez I never followed in the 1st place. I have no hard feelings just don’t care 2 gossip.”
Lady Gaga posted the following message on her Twitter account today, which may or may not be in response to the video of Malik, saying “but truly f*ck off to whatever shitty friend took those picture and leaked them.”
For his part, Malik shut down his Twitter account yesterday, tweeting “The reason i don’t tweet as much as i use to, is because I’m sick of all the useless opinions and hate that I get daily goodbye twitter.” As of this morning, the One Direction band member is back online, sending this message to his fans: “And thanks for all your messages of support. I really do love all you guys, your support never ceases 2 amaze me xxx.”
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