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After being hit with angry comments about his tweet to Duck Dynasty star, Willie Robertson, and when he instagramed a picture of himself balanncing on a ledge on the 34th floor of a building, Liam Payne has had as much as he can take. His family is telling One Direction fans that Payne “just needs a break.”
Liam tweeted Robertson saying that he had “huge love” for the Dynasty star because of the family values that he still keeps. When reports came in about how angry fans were, Liam then tweeted, "Being a fan of someone’s show and the way they still hold a family together doesn’t mean I am OK with all they say."
According to the Mirror, Payne could not suppress what he was feeling when he said, "Oh my god can someone literally not be a fan if a show without being labelled? I bought dinner the other day it made a news story. What I gotta do to please you b******s? I'm a 20 year old just living life as you did when u where twenty but in extraordinary circumstances.”
Most likely, as with every celebrity tweeting something they shouldn’t have, Payne will be reprimanded and asked to apologize as he had to when he posted the picture of himself standing on the 34th floor of the building.
According to Entertainment Wise, Ruth, Payne’s sister, said, “At the moment he just needs a break,” and she hopes that he will take a break from Twitter.
One Direction was started in July 23, 2010 by Simon Cowell. The members of One Direction auditioned separately, and Cowell threw them together, which was a good decision. In 2013 alone, the band made $1 billion, and raised $780,000 for charity.