British heartthrob Zayn Malik is back and he isn't shying away from calling out certain people.
The ex-member of pop band One Direction took a direct hit at X Factor mogul Simon Cowell, rapper Kanye West and even Queen Elizabeth II in a trio of his newly-released rap songs.
The Dusk Till Dawn singer also shades his former boss’ record label in his track Believe Me, by rapping: “Glad we left the Syco.”
Devoted fans of the now-broken band, One Direction, would remember that it was the former American Idol judge who is credited for the formation of One Direction.
Cowell aside, Malik did not even spare Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II as he raps: “[expletive] the Queen, she gon’ knight ‘em for their violence.”
The Pillow Talk crooner, 28, then moves forward to swipe at Kanye West with his song Grimex, as he sings: “[expletive] Kanye, beat him by farting.”
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