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The Wanted Versus One Direction: Even More Fan Wars!

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04/08/2013 7:47 pm
The Wanted Versus One Direction: Even More Fan Wars!


Dean Richards

Staff Writer

The Wanted’s Tom Parker and One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson engaged in yet another twitter feud this morning, after One Direction had allegedly made fun of the Wanted during a gig in London. This led Tom Parker to call the boys out, after which a big argument full of arrogance and unnecessary bragging broke out.

The arrogance started with a low blow from Tom to Louis:


Soon followed by Louis making a comment about how One Direction is more successful because they even have their own movie coming out:


The worst show of arrogance of the day came from the man who we would least expect it from, namely Liam Payne:


Apparently these days Liam believes that the amount of twitter followers is what makes you worthy of speaking. Fame really can change a person’s outlook on life, it seems…

It gets worse, though. Much worse. Not in terms of arrogance, but when it comes to dangerous ignorance, Tom Parker couldn’t have taken it much further:

It’s a complicated comment, but it can be quite easily translated into “I am looking forward to the moment when you admit to the world that you’re gay,” with the tag #itgetsbetter, which refers to an anti-suicide campaign for the LGBT community.

So not only does Tom Parker apparently believe that being gay is wrong, but he actually used an anti-suicide tag while making the comment. All Time Low indeed, Mr Parker.

Hopefully his fans will be wise enough not to listen to him, or even better, to stand up to him and make clear that they don’t quite agree with these comments.  

The final nasty comments came from The Wanted’s Jay Mcguiness:


"Dear @Louis_Tomlinson, please stop mentioning us in your gigs, we certainly no longer mention you and it’s time to let dead dogs lie. Your passive-aggressive style of speaking makes me cringe, and I wish you’d either have the bollocks of some of your co-workers to speak truthfully, or the class of the majority of them to be silent. I’m not sure what’s happened since we saw you at the XFactor, but you’ve done a sterling job of becoming one of the most overrated, arrogant and not to mention insincere people around. Your shocking lack of talent will only be forgiven by lots of humility and no-strings-attached friendship among your band. Louis, don’t measure your worth in followers or money, because they’re fickle, and when they go you might just feel worthless."

Although most of his Twitlonger was full of unnecessary insults, at least he got that last sentence right!

In the meantime Drake Bell is still being harassed by hordes of Beliebers, which really starts to make me wonder… wasn’t music meant to unite people, and to create happiness rather than hate?

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