Zayn Malik Says He Doesn't Talk To Former One Direction Bandmates Anymore, We Are Weeping

Yep, in an interview with 'British Vogue', Zayn revealed he and his bandmates have all gone in different directions.

It was difficult to see exactly what Zayn said in the interview as our tears pooled in our eyes.

"I ain't spoke to any of them for a long time, to be honest with you," the  25-year-old "PILLOWTALK" crooner said grabbing us by the heart, ripping it from our chests.

"I have always been a bit like that, though," he continued, tearing our still-beating hearts in half and throwing part to a pack of wild dogs, "a bit of an island. I don't like to confer with too many people."

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Still weeping, we also found out that Zayn believes he never made a single friend during his time with One Direction.

Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city!

"There's things that happen and things that were said after I left," Zayn continued, "snide things," he said, "small things that I would never have expected."

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A house built on lies, merchants of deceit, the members of One Direction. Image: Karwai Tang/WireImage.

Zayn explained that his close kinship with bandmates Harry, Liam, Louis and the other one was less a fraternity of everlasting bonding but rather one of shepherding.

"We went from theatres, to arenas, to stadiums -- there was never any sort of bridge between. Just boom, boom, boom."

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Zayn, destroyer of illusions, described it as a strain on the already difficult dynamic between the five boys who were all around 17, 18 years old at the time.

"It kind of affects you a little bit," the great king said from his tower of broken hearts, "people take it different ways -- especially when there are five different personalities."

As a clap of thunder probably struck o'erhead he told British Vogue, "The relationships had broken apart."

So there you go. Irrefutable proof dreams truly can die.

You can read the entire interview here, but us? We'll just be weeping in the street.

Featured image: Getty / ABC.