Gigi Hadid is showing her man some major support. The model posted a sweet message to Zayn Malik on Twitter Sunday saying she was “so proud” of him and loved him after he canceled a concert in London because of severe anxiety.
“Z- I’ve seen the battles you go through and the way you fight to get to a place that allows you to get up there for your fans. Your bravery in those times makes me proud, but your honesty last night proved what you’re all about, being real. Human recognizes human,” she wrote. “ You made the best of the situation and have given your fans an opportunity to understand you better as a performer.”
She continued: “Those who can’t find compassion now are the ones that deserve to watch you continue to grow. We are here to support you and make each experience easier. Your talent and good heart will never lead you wrong. Love you and so proud of you always.”
On Saturday, Malik posted a note to Twitter informing his fans that he was no longer going to be performing at London’s Capital Summertime Ball. The 23-year-old former One Direction singer explained that his anxiety has “haunted” him for several months whenever he gets ready to do a live performance. “With the magnitude of the event, I have suffered the worst anxiety of my career,” he wrote. “I cannot apologise [sic] enough but I want to be honest with everybody who has patiently waited to see me, I promise I will do my best to make this up to everybody I’ve let down today.”
Malik and Hadid, 21, had split earlier this month after seven months of dating but recently reunited. The Victoria’s Secret runway model hinted that she was back with the “Pillowtalk” singer when she posted a photo on Snapchat of custom Nutella jars with her and Malik’s names inscribed on them. “Kitchen goals,” she captioned the image.
The pair was also seen last week walking hand-in-hand in New York City. “They spent part of this week together and spoke about some issues they had and decided they want to work it out with each other,” a source told E! News. “Gigi loves Zayn so much and wanted to make things work.”