In some not so good news, Zayn Malik recently sent his loyal and dedicated fans into a tailspin of worry. The singer was spotted entering his girlfriend Gigi Hadid’s New York City apartment on Saturday afternoon in a wheelchair.
It appears that Zayn is the latest celebrity to unfortunately suffer some kind of injury, though there’s word on how or even when he hurt himself considering just days ago he was celebrating Gigi’s birthday on social media.
What’s happened to Zayn Malik? Star arrives at Gigi Hadid’s flat in a wheelchair https://t.co/mDCPGTqtg0— Metro (@MetroUK) April 30, 2017
What’s happened to Zayn Malik? Star arrives at Gigi Hadid’s flat in a wheelchair https://t.co/mDCPGTqtg0
The “Pillowtalk” singer didn’t appear to be wearing a cast on his leg, but he was wearing just a sock on one foot, which could signal some kind of foot injury – which his rep did confirm. In a statement to The Daily Mail, Zayn’s rep admitted that’s where the injury was by saying, “Zayn has injured his foot but is doing well and will be okay.”
That’s a relief!
His injury is minor, which should come as good news to fans that have been worried about him since the news broke. Though his rep didn’t go into details about how he exactly injured himself, so those details remain a bit of a mystery for now.
Zayn himself hasn’t made a comment about this injury or shared a post about it on social media, and neither has Gigi. That minor detail hasn’t stopped his fans from flooding his most recent pictures with get well soon messages.
Without a doubt, he’s got to be feeling all the positive vibes coming this way. Hopefully the singer will break his silence soon about the injury, and shed a little insight as to what happened; or maybe Gigi will be the one to do so when she hits the red-carpet for the annual Met Gala on Monday night.
We’re also sending Zayn some get-well soon wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery.
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