Niall Horan seems like such a happy-go-lucky person so when fans see he's upset about something, they know it's serious. The One Direction singer took to Twitter to defend himself after BBC News England decided to take some jabs at him.
It seems that when Niall recently attended the Royal Ascot horse races, a few members of the BBC Radio Berkshire team wanted to interview to him. As Niall walked by, he simply said, "Sorry, not today," meaning he didn't want to chat, and kept on his way. The man who wanted to talk to him wasn't happy and said Niall's reaction was "the most unimpressive performance from a celebrity I didn't know who he was ever."
Ouch, that is harsh! Niall didn't really like to hear this, so he shared his thoughts, letting the radio crew know that he didn't want to be interviewed because he was simply having a good time with his family at an event.
@BBCEngland @BBCBerkshire what are you on about mate? I was having a day out with my family who also enjoy horse racing big time— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) June 15, 2016
@BBCEngland @BBCBerkshire what are you on about mate? I was having a day out with my family who also enjoy horse racing big time
Niall doesn't feel like he has to do anything just because other people expect him to, and he is exactly right.
Niall just had to speak up for himself and he has every right to set the record straight. And we're pretty sure there are plenty of people out there who know who he is, thank you very much. He is only part of one of the biggest groups in music! No big deal.
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