Liam Payne stumbles badly with embarrassing debut CD

Carla Harmon
December 7, 2019

One Route indispensable particular person Liam Payne has got flak for disrespecting bisexual girls in his solo debut album "LP1", namely in the lyrics to his quantity "Every Systems". The lyrics are assumed to be directed towards Liam's new girlfriend Maya Henry, who is 19 years old, an Instagram model. She like the way it all taste.

The fury rapidly catapulted online with many people referencing their anger alongside the #LiamPayneIsOverParty trend on Twitter. In the song, Payne sings about how his partner's bisexuality turns him on.

Tyler Oakley, a 30-year-old YouTuber and gay activist, also dragged the singer for the new song. I genuinely expected better from someone like Liam Payne, but the fact that he is adding to the constant stereotypes and the fetishism towards bi women is completely unacceptable.

"Stop treating bisexual girls like sexual toys, they're not here for your disgusting 3some fantasies, zayn would never do this", @hyojinily tweeted.

Hit singles featured on the album include Liam's debut "Strip That Down" featuring Quavo, which has sold a huge 11.5 million copies worldwide and has been streamed over 1.8 billion times, and most recent singles "Stack It Up" featuring A Boogie wit da Hoodie and "All I Want (For Christmas)" - his first ever solo festive track.

Meanwhile, Styles' song, "Medicine", has been hailed as a bisexual anthem, as Billboard reported, for its lyrics, "The boys and the girls are here, I mess around with him, and I'm OK with it". "I feel like my child would come out dressed in something that I just wouldn't understand", Payne said on the UK's Capital FM Big Top 40 show in 2017.

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