Zayn Malik Goes On A Twitter Rant Against Grammys; Says 'Unless You Shake Hands And Gifts, There's No Nominations'

Singer Zayn Malik took to his Twitter handle to slam the prestigious Grammy Awards for having 'lack of transparency of the voting process'

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Zayn Malik Goes On A Twitter Rant Against Grammys; Says 'Unless You Shake Hands And Gifts, There's No Nominations'
Dusk Till Dawn singer Zayn Malik seems to be mighty pissed with the prestigious Grammy Awards. Ahead of the 63rd Grammy Awards, Zayn Malik took to his Twitter handle to accuse it of 'lack of transparency' and much more. In his Twitter rant, he stated that unless one shakes hands and sends gifts, one does not stand a chance to get nominated. He accused the awards of being biased, and much more.

Zayn Malik's first tweet read, "Fuck the grammys and everyone associated. Unless you shake hands and send gifts, there’s no nomination considerations. Next year I’ll send you a basket of confectionary." In his next tweet, he clarified that his message wasn't targeted to any one person and also questioned the lack of transparency in the voting process. He wrote, "My tweet was not personal or about eligibility but was about the need for inclusion and the lack of transparency of the nomination process and the space that creates and allows favoritism, racism, and netwokring politics to influence the voting process." Soon Zayn's fans tweeted in his support. 

The 63rd Grammy Awards is scheduled to go on air on March 14. The nominations list of the same was released almost four month ago, however, it is now that Zayn has expressed his views.




Otherwise, apart from music, Zayn remains in the headlines for his relationship with Gigi Hadid. It was recently that the couple revealed the name of their baby daughter. Zayn and Gigi have named their little bundle of joy 'Khai'.  





Image Source: Instagram/zayn
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