1D's Liam Payne lashes out on Twitter and threatens to quit the website

2014-01-20 18:00
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Los Angeles - Liam Payne is sick of being "judged".

The One Direction hunk has lashed out at the constant scrutiny he is under following criticism he received after revealing he is a fan of controversial TV show Duck Dynasty, which has been under fire after programme patriarch Phil Robertson was revealed to have used homophobic slurs.

Liam tweeted: "Oh my god can someone literally not be a fan of a show without bring labeled WTf I bought dinner the other day it made a news story

"What I gotta do to please you bastards I'm a 20 year old just living life as you did when u where twenty but in extraordinary circumstances

"I can't do anything without being judged u try that and write about it (sic)"

Liam, 20, then threatened to quit the social networking website over the scrutiny.

He wrote: "Sick of all this bull il be back again when the freedom of speech law is back and people don't believe to much into the bulls#!t they read (sic)"

And the Little Things hitmaker - who last week apologised to fans after a friend posted a picture of him posing on a 360 foot-high roof ledge - went on to admit he is likely to be reprimanded by his management for the language he used.

He wrote: "Can't wait for the call tomorrow where I get told of for cussing had to be said like I said before much worse has happened In the world (sic)"

Liam is said to have told his sister Ruth he feels he "can't do anything right" and she has urged him to stay away from twitter for the time being.

She said: "I hope he has a long time away from twitter now and enjoys his time off without being judged. At the moment he just needs a break."

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