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Naughty Boy and Zayn

Just when you thought Naughty Boy's chill had returned from the war, Zayn went and released Mind Of Mine. This has obviously sent Naughty Boy into a bit of a tailspin because he's back it again with those subtweets. 

It all started when NB quoted one of Zayn's tweets (which, like, why hasn't Zayn blocked him yet?) and tagged @MakeYouKnowLove. 

MakeYouKnowLove are the co-writers and co-producers of "Pillowtalk". It seems like NB is suggesting, however, that most of the credit belongs to MakeYouKnowLove, rather than Zayn.

Let the shade wars begin. 

Naughty Boy then threatened to leak "Like I Would" demos. 

Aaaaand ZQUAD reacted accordingly. 

Even Zayn's sister got involved.

Sensing he was in way over his head, Naughty Boy hit em' with that "credit where credit is due" tweet. 

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We're not quite sure why Naughty Boy is trying to reignite his Zayn feud. Maybe he has a new single coming out soon. Maybe he had some down time in the studio. Who even knows anymore. BUT, if and when Zayn decides to clapback, we'll be there with bells on. 


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