As though the one monstrous girl power song wasn’t sufficient, it appears just as EVEN MORE of Little Mix’s ‘Glory Days’ album could be diss tracks about exes.
While doing a Twitter Q&A throughout the weekend, a fan tested Little Mix to prod us with a few verses from their prospective collection.
In answer, band member Perrie Edwards uncovered her most loved super-cheeky verses:
“You’re dirty, disgusting, but I can’t get enough of your loving, boy.
“I hate you, really hate you, my mama said I shouldn’t date you.”
Pez then playfully mutters about the boy “cheating and lying” and not having the capacity to stand by her.
Fans are clearly feeling that these verses might reference Perrie’s ex Zayn Mailk, after it was likewise generally guessed that their new single ‘Shout Out To My Ex’ was about him.
Who know whether it is or not, but rather whatever we can say to Zayn is it’s most likely best not listen to Glory Days when it comes out…