Globally famous singer and songwriter Zayn Malik criticized the Grammy Awards and the Recording Academy. He accused the same of being corrupt and biased, except for those who were not in contact with them.
Malik is now added up to the list of top artists that includes The Weeknd and drake. They both have similar views.
ZAYN TROLLS THE GRAMMY’S ON TWITTER
Zayn tweeted by defaming the Grammys and everyone associated with it. He said unless they shake hands and send gifts, they won’t consider any nominations. He further said, next year, he’ll send a basket of confectionary.
MANY MUSICIANS IGNORED BY THE GRAMMY’S
Zayn’s recent music did not qualify in this year’s nominations for the Grammy awards. According to him, many other musicians were ignored by the Grammys for similar reasons.
ZAYN MENTIONS ABOUT LACK OF TRANSPARENCY
Zayn further said that his tweet was not personal or about the eligibility for the Grammys awards. But, he tweeted about the need for inclusion and the lack of transparency of the nomination process.
The authorities are following the culture of nepotism and supporting favoritism, racism with networking politics to influence the voting process.
THE WEEKND ALONG WITH ZAYN CALLS GRAMMY’S CORRUPT
A couple of hours after the Grammys nominations were announced, the Canadian singer The Weeknd call the Grammys corrupt. He further said that his fans were also surprised with the nominations and reacted to how his last album ‘After Hours’ was completely snubbed by the my. However, one of his singles ‘Blinding lights’ has made up its position as a top song on the Billboard charts for the entire year.
DRAKE POSTED ABOUT GRAMMY’S ON SOCIAL MEDIA
On the other hand, a rapper and producer Drake called out the Grammys immediately after The Weeknd’s invective. He posted on social media that they do not matter anymore. He said that the singers should now react normally against this disconnect between impactful music and awards.
They must accept that these awards, which were earlier the form of highest recognition for them no longer matter for an artist. He further called it as a relative that keeps expecting things to fix up but they just can’t change their ways.