Zayn Malik, the heartthrob from Hollywood, has made a comeback on Twitter and sent a heartfelt message to his loyal fans, expressing that he feels indebted to them for his life.
Hollywood heartthrob Zayn Malik has recently returned to Twitter with a special message for his devout fans, telling them that he “owes” his life to them.
Taking to Twitter, the Pillowtalk singer thanked his fans for his huge success in the music industry, “I would like to say thank you to everyone that has supported me throughout this amazing journey, especially to my fans who I owe my life to. Love and adore you and see everything you do for me.”
This was the second tweet of 2023 by the British singer, who gave his fans a touching surprise with the tweet.
Fans responded to the rare tweet with wishes and lots of appreciation for the 30-year-old.
One fan wrote, “Respect to you Zayn, you've navigated challenging times with honesty and grace! Wishing you joy.”
Another fan affirmed their dedication to the singer in thoughtful words, “Thanks for this message, it means the world to all of us. We really wish you well and will be waiting for you always, on your own terms. Thanks for everything.”
Yet another expressed their love for the singer, “Thank you for being you. Even though you're barely active here we'll always be there for you. Love you all of my life.”
Despite being a very private person, the Night Changes singer made headlines this year as Entertainment Tonight reported that he had a dinner date with singer and actor Selena Gomez.
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