Not a good figure from the former One Direction singer
Small social controversy last night during the final of the European Championships won by Italy on penalties againstEngland. A strange tweet of Zayn Malik, former lead singer of one direction who wrote about Twitter:
“Why is Italy so dirty? ” He probably used ‘Google Translate’ to translate: “Why is Italy so dirty?“.
Not exactly nice words for a football match that have sparked controversy with ironic memes, criticisms and offenses.
These are just some of the comments of the singer’s followers: “I don’t find it funny. So what would your intentions be behind these words? What would you say?”. “You should be ashamed to write these things for a football match.” “Don’t come to Italy for concerts and you will be alone on stage”. “What the hell is going on with this?”. “Take it easy too, because he will only have translated badly and for this he used that word.” “Who cares about this here, we have Harry cheering on Italy”.
Among the first to respond to the English singer Fedez who saw the game yesterday in the company of Chiara Ferragni and Leo. The Milanese rapper quoted the colleague’s tweet by adding a photo of the little Lion in ‘mo te calmi’ mode.
Andrea Delogu she went down heavier by replying in a nasty and sharp way as only she can do: “Look, you were the first to leave your 1D friends’ boat. We don’t take lessons from traitors“. How to blame him.
The astronaut was also overwhelmed by the insults Luca Parmitano who after the very first minutes of the final cheered on England’s goal. “What an amazing goal! Well done, England“(” What an amazing goal! Well done, England “, ed). A comment not really appreciated by the Italian fans who wondered: “But did they hack your account?” But no, the gaffe is served.