Zayn Malik kept getting removed from Tinder because nobody believed it was actually him

Imagine this – you’re in Pennsylvania for a vacation, swiping left on Tinder, and suddenly, you come across an account claiming to be Zayn Malik. Do you swipe right or report? Any sane-minded person would do the latter. Any curious, self-destructive, person would test the waters but eventually, report. But what if it was really Zayn Malik and not a predator wanting to catfish you? Wild, right? The singer and ex-One Directioner, in a recent interview with a magazine, confirmed his presence and subsequent removal from the app – and not because he was too pretty for most people on it. “It’s not been too successful for me, I’ll be honest,” he revealed. “Everyone accused me of catfishing. They’re like, ‘What are you using Zayn Malik’s pictures for?’ I’ve been kicked off once or twice,” he told the outlet. Unfortunately, Malik hasn’t restored his account and doesn’t plan on using dating apps to meet new people. Instead, he’s making the most of his single era. “I’m content and happy with being single for the first time in my life,” the singer assured.