Lord, if we thought that the paps were bad here (and they are), UK paps seem to take the cake. I personally believe that it is not within any of our rights to comment on kids or a parents’ relationship with their children.
We don’t know what is going on and kids are sacred. They deserve to be protected.
Liam Payne took the internet and called out a Daily Mail article on Friday, November 6th, about his relationship with Bear and not seeing him.
“Usually I let these things slide but this is completely out of context … I couldn’t see my son because of the worldwide pandemic that is happening not because I had anything wrong with me like this headline hints at. This interview was done during the first nationwide lockdown at the height of the coronavirus pandemic and I was discussing not being able to see my child which is a difficult time for any parent I wish sometimes these people would do the research and give context instead of painting people a certain way for click bait,” he wrote on his Instagram.
Let’s be responsible, people. Again, we don’t know what is happening, but a child is innocent and we never have the right to comment on their lives like this.
Liam had every right to call them out. He’s protecting his son.