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In his first Rolling Stone profile as a solo artist, Harry Styles opened up about his new music, his future, and how he cant seem to get away from those Taylor Swift songs that may be about him. He reportedly left the table and added, "Actually, you can say, 'He went for a pee and never came back.'" obviously about Styles.But the only moment that really stood out to Too Fab was his action, not his words, when Swift came up in conversation. "I mean, I don’t know if they’re about me or not," he said, "but the issue is, she’s so good, they’re bloody everywhere." He also touched on their blossoming but short-lived relationship, saying it was all a real learning experience.And am blessed with the best job in the world massive thank you to @Attitude Mag for having me along and for everyone who enjoyed reading." The boy band star has also faced heavy criticism for discussing the fact Tomlinson is expecting a baby with Briana Jungwirth.Payne told the magazine: "He's very happy about becoming a dad. But you have to hold your tongue and that's fine." One angry Twitter user hit out: "You didn't have to bring up Larry, you didn't have to bring up the baby gate, this was YOUR interview not Louis or Harry'," while another added: "I don't think Larry or Louis' baby should've been mentioned...I know all the people that say that are little girls behind a screen who are jealous of the fact that I’m in a car with Louis.It’s clearly coming from a place of hatred,” she wrapped up.
Speaking to the British publication, Payne, 21, ridiculed the romance rumours, which were started by the boy band's fans, describing the claims as "absolutely nuts" and stating they "drive [him] insane".
The singer said: "It's like when you know the ins and outs of what's going on with people it's just annoying when it's so stupid.
It becomes like a conspiracy or a cult." In Payne's interview, he referenced the law passed in the US, which allows same-sex couples to marry in all states.
A statement confirmed the following day that it was due to him being unwell and unable to perform that night, although on Wednesday he was back on top form as he rejoined by three fellow bandmates to continue their On The Road Again tour in the Northern Irish city.
While it was claimed that Liam had a 'mystery illness', The Sun - on Thursday - reported that the real reason behind his no show was because the singer had suffered a meltdown after being unable to cope with the pressures of fame.
"In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together," he said.