Zayn Malik reportedly hosted a two-day ‘wild’ party at his London home, featuring strippers, live animals, DJs – and no Gigi Hadid.
According to reports, the 24-year-old really threw himself into his new music video, environment the stage with an all-night whack at his five-bedroom house, which was used as the backdrop for the video for new track, Still Got Time.
He allegedly incited his home into a ‘gangster-style film set’, but things after incited furious and filming continued until the early hours of the morning with ‘scantily clad women everywhere’, shrill music bellowing until 4am and ‘people towering down the street’.
‘It was totally wild,’ a source told The Sun. ‘There were hardly clad women everywhere, dancing in the pool and in the gardens. The strippers all looked similar, blonde with hulk boobs, and the music was deafening.
‘Around 2am they changed DJs and the music got even louder. There were people descending out of the residence and towering down the street.’
Now that is loyalty to your art, Zayn.
It’s substantially not startling some kind of party was thrown during the shoot, given that Still Got Time is a partnership with Canadian rapper PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Apparently strippers were called to the venue after a last-minute calm summary was allegedly sent, reading: ‘We need a lot of you. The fire is currently in North London. Stripper girls indispensable — £360.
‘Need to be in North London for around 5-6pm. May be indispensable ’till midnight.’.
Filming for Zayn’s new video is suspicion to have been finished the following day.
It’s accepted that Zayn’s American indication girlfriend, Gigi Hadid, was not benefaction at the video shoot.
Zayn purchased the overwhelming property, which has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, an outside swimming pool and a ginormous booze cellar, for £3,650,000 in 2012.
Zayn clearly likes making a matter in his music videos, as his last one with Taylor Swift, for singular we Don’t Wanna Live Forever, showed him trashing his hotel room. What a rebel.
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Zayn Malik for comment.