Irish singer-songwriter, Niall Horan formerly of the iconic boyband One Direction, has publicly called for His Excellency The President of the United States of America, the Commander-in-Chief of the United States forces to be impeached.
The pop-rocking superstar, whose début album, Flicker, after selling more than 20 million albums world-wide as a part of the "What Makes You Beautiful" sensation, is currently at No 1 on global iTunes and in 14 countries, has lashed out at the head of state and government of the former British colony, saying Mr President "threw his toys out of the pram and kicked One Direction out of his hotel", after the massive popular group declined to meet who is now today the First Daughter and presidential advisor, UPenn graduate Ivana Trump (commonly known as "Ivanka"
The best-selling musician, who's projected to be topping the American chart with a comfortable margin over hip-hop star Future's latest collaborative effort this week, commented, “He’s a s***show, man. A f***ing joke. Impeach him, quick, cos it’s becoming a disaster”. He is expected to open, with the strength of a tour bundle, with more sales than Muslim singer Zayn, with fewer copies than Grammy winner Taylor Swift's ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles.
The multi-time American Music Awards winner is the third One Directioner to open at the penthouse in the biggest economy of the world, following ex-bandmate Zayn's R&B-filled Mind of Mine as well as Dunkirk actor Harry Styles's self-titled introductory rock effort.
The album's buzz single, "This Town", as well as the lead single, "Slow Hands", were moderate hits; whilst his latest single, "Too Much To Ask", is impacting the charts now.