British-Pakistani artist Zayn Malik in an talk with British Vogue lately admits that he doesn’t believe that he is a Muslim anymore. Previously, the Zayn talked about his pictures with partner Gigi Hadid appeared as they celebrated Eid ul Fitr together with his household, which his massive fan following took in warm feelings.
Zayn Malik doesn't follow Islam anymore: “I just believe if you’re a good person, everything is going to go right for you.” https://t.co/uWZx9dhkP9
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During the talk, Zayn Malik, when inquired about his Islamic views said, “To be truthful, I’ve never spoken publicly, not even once about what my religious opinions are. I’m not declared to be a Muslim.”
Allah has chosen you to be a Muslim. He specifically chose you. He blessed you with Islam, with the Qur'an. You could have been anything else. But Allah placed you upon a right path. We've already got a head start. We need to continue to follow this path. @zaynmalik
— Annisa Rickastari S. (@icazayn) November 8, 2018
“Would he call a Muslim now?” the questioner requested.
Zayn said: “No, I wouldn’t.”
The response over Zayn Malik’s declarations about his Islamic opinions are varied. Some fans are in an utter shudder and some say that they saw it approaching. The tremor came because Zayn Malik’s father is a Pakistani Muslim and seemingly, related to a Muslim household.
Enlightening facts about his association with One Direction band-people, the 25-year-old vocalist, additional believed that he hasn’t communicated to any of his ex-band associates ever since he was gone. Conferring to him, some ‘Sarcastic things’ were whispered by his band pals after his leave-taking. Zayn left the band first in 2015, rest of the affiliates took the break after one year.
Pop star Zayn Malik in December's issue of Vogue: "I'm not professed to be a Muslim..I don't believe you need to eat a certain meat that's been prayed over a certain way. I don't believe you need to read a prayer in a certain language five times a day. I don't believe any of it." pic.twitter.com/3t8q2U2zw7
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