Zayn Malik Broke Up With Gigi And Pakistani Guys Are Not Happy

By Sarmad Amer | 3 Jun, 2016

Zayn Malik, the ex-One Direction, now-Pillow Talking singer and Pakistani-British international heartthrob has a big following in Pakistan thanks to his heritage and good looks.


He just broke up with his girlfriend, supermodel Gigi Hadid

On June 3, it was announced that following the recent breakup of one of Gigi’s best friends, Taylor Swift, Gigi also broke up with Zayn Malik and the celebrity relationship graveyard just got more crowded.

Source: US Magazine


We wonder why would Zayn break up with Gigi

So did this guy


Guys across Pakistan are now afraid because Pakistani girls have single Zayn


And girls are kind of hopeful


After all Zayn has many talents

He is a fantastic singer

Source: celebuzz


He can also cook delicious Pakistani food

As recently as two days ago Zayn cooked a delicious Pakistani meal of Butter chicken and naan. And she snapchatted it.

Via: Express Tribune

Khaana khatam toh rishta khatam?


And he can sing in Urdu, as good as he does in English


This guy has a message for everyone hopeful of being Zayn’s new bae

Cover Image via: ABC News

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