Zayn Malik regrets “deeply” the prevailing racism in society



The singer Zayn Malik has released finally their first entry into the social network Instagram, for a period of more than three months, to reflect openly about the racism and discrimination that, once again, has proved yet another case of police brutality against the african-american community in the united States.

In addition to sharing a background fully black to join the initiative ‘Blackout Tuesday’ and stand in solidarity with the protests related to the death, last week, of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer that prevented him from breathing for nearly nine minutes, the lead singer of One Direction has wished to express the “profound” sadness that invades to the gross injustices arising from such acts.

“What is happening now is exactly what happens when you leave an open wound and no cure, and over you act as if nothing in front of her,” reads an excerpt of the message you have shared in your account, which makes direct reference to the character rooted in a political problem, social and economic.

The music star, who expects her first shoot with model Gigi Hadid, has insisted that the citizenship can not and should not “stay silent” in the face of these intolerable episodes, in addition to encouraging your followers to get involved in one way or another -by making donations, supporting demonstrations or learn properly – in the struggle against xenophobia.