The Most Feels-y Tweets About #NaZaynMalikKaDre

These past few days making you sad? These tweets are surely going to make you feel happy-sad.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Mar 31, 2015
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After Zayn Malik's demo with Naughty Boy came out today, Twitter-verse exploded and talked about their ~*feelings*~ of betrayal, sadness, grief... every single sad emotion known to men (heh) on the micro-blogging site. Filipino Directioners have been slaying it since last week, and today was no different. Using the hashtag #NaZaynMalikKaDre, fans have been tweeting on how this whole issue is breaking their hearts, comparing them to heart-wrenching situations IRL. For our international friends, here's a little information on what the hashtag means.

And now, we give you 9 of the most feels-y tweets that's been making us laugh and cry at the same time today. ICYDK, we're huge Directioners here at Candy and this has been affecting us, too.

 1  Ganyan ka ba katigas, Zayn? LOL!

 2  You chose to break our hearts.

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 3  These lines from One More Chance are so accurate, you guys.

 4  Ma'am, give us a break.

 5  Feels all too familiar.

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 6  *goes to a corner and cries*

 7  Sounds like "it's not you, it's me," right?

 8  Cue: Kodaline's "All I Want"

 9  This is the only time we'll probably put this on the site. Bhe, ano na?

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Got a lot of feelings? We can talk in the comments or via Twitter @candymagdotcom. :)

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I am's resident fangirl and ~*feelings*~ girl. When I'm not busy researching about what to write next on the website, I sleep, read books, and re-watch episodes of Friends.
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