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“In February, we headed to LA to do some work on the album, which was absolutely crazy. It’s a different world out there though at one point I was worried I wasn’t even going to get into the country. All other guys went through passport control fine, then a woman stopped me, called over our tour manage Paul and said: “There’s a problem with him. He needs to go back.” They took me into a room and I thought they were going to keep me there for hours, but thankfully the women who came to talk to me knew who Simon Cowell was and knew I was a band. In the end i was interviewed for an hour about what I was doing there and why I was visiting America. It turned out that my name was flagged up as similar to that of someone they were looking for, so they were just being cautious. I got stopped at customs as well, but again I got through okay as the guy there was really nice.”

Zayn Malik, Dare to Dream

In case you’re wondering, this is what racism and islamophobia look like

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Jul 28,2014
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people who pretend like they’re sympathizing with the oppressed while also simultaneously staying in support of the oppressor, & refuse to acknowledge debunked myths despite factual evidence just for the sake of remaining neutral / staying pretty for the public are worse than outright racist bigots. nothing hurts more than heavily downsizing the suffering of victims in order to neutralize the blatant asymmetrical nature of a conflict. if there’s a rift between zarry because of this situation in particular, then i believe it’s justified in zayn’s case. 



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slayboybunny:

"sir what you did is literally 100 percent illegal"
"ok but get this: im a rich white person" 
"oh sorry about that sir" 



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"If the Supernatural universe could crossover to any other universe which one would you choose?"



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Use Somebody | One Direction iTunes Festival



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