“I’m worried if he’s strong enough”: Liam Payne’s sister, Ruth, worries about “negativity” toward the 1D singer on Twitter and encourages people to be “friendly”
Liam Payne’s sister has shared a moving message about kindness because of the ‘negativity’ her brother receives on Twitter.
The singer’s older brother or sister Ruth admitted that she is concerned about Liam’s mental health and whether he is “strong enough” to handle the pressure of fame, encouraging people to think twice before going online write painful reactions.
Ruth’s posts were all the more striking in the light of the tragic death of presenter Caroline Flack at the weekend and the outburst of public grief for the 40-year-old presenter, who took her own life in her London apartment on Saturday.
Speaking: Liam Payne’s sister shared a moving message about kindness in the light of the “negativity” her brother receives on Twitter
Liam’s sister watched the BRIT Awards 2020 from home while her brother missed the ceremony this year.
She supported the former bandmate of star Harry Styles, who performed a beautiful rendition of his ballad Falling in the night.
Ruth tweeted, “Well that was a stunning performance @ Harry_Styles,” and later, “I bet the band category is happy that 1D is still together.”
She then placed: “I just wanted to say in the shadow of what happened this weekend, please # pray each other and everyone here and if you need help, get in touch with someone, with someone, but remember that you are everything needed in this life xx
Moving message: the older brother or sister Ruth of the singer (pictured on the right, with sister Nicola on the left) is concerned about Liam’s mental health and whether he is ‘strong enough’ to cope
“I don’t use Twitter much anymore, because this is the darkest place I’ve seen in the past about comments about my brother, and every day I worry if he’s strong enough to take so much negativity in public every day, so it’s really such a personal message #bekind.
“Spread happiness, be funny without hurting people’s feelings and push each other to make #bekind succeed.”
The fans of Liam responded quickly and showed their love and support for the sober singer, who gathered around him and showed him love.
One shared: ‘@LiamPayne just a small reminder that you are loved. the way you are treated online is so unfair and unreasonable and I am sorry for people who waste their time here and spread hatred towards you, but I really hope you do not lure such comments. “
“Be nice”: Ruth’s posts were all the more poignant considering the tragic death of presenter Caroline Flack at the weekend
Supporting: Ruth threw her support behind the former bandmate of star Harry Styles, who performed a beautiful rendition of his ballad Falling in the night
Another message: “Tell Liam we love him. He is one of the strongest people ever. We are so proud of him and everything he has achieved, while a third shared: “This hurts so much … I think a large part of this fandom sees what’s going on and tries to fight for him . He is loved by many of us … I hope he knows that. “
“I’m sorry, Ruth, people really can’t understand these days that REAL people are behind the phone … people with feelings. This is just messed up and I’m sorry you feel that way. I send love to you and your entire family … “, read a different kind of message.
Liam has recently been lying low after a series of performances with his model friend Maya Henry and his underwear collaboration with Hugo Boss.
He recently congratulated Harry on his hit list success, whose second solo album, Fine Line, topped the US Billboard 200 charts in December.
For comparison: Liam’s album, the highly anticipated LP1 released on December 6, peaked at number 17 in the UK and a bruise on the American charts.
Liam thanked his fans for their continued support online and said, “Thanks to everyone who has picked up the album so far … your support does not go unnoticed.”
Kind words: the fans of Liam responded quickly and showed their love and support for the sober singer, rally around him and showed him love