Zayn Malik
Zayn Malik "unfollowed" Perrie Edwards' group "Little Mix" on Twitter, according to reports Thursday. In this photo, dated April 17, 2015, Malik arrives at the fifth annual Asian Awards in the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. Reuters/Cathal McNaughton

British singer Zayn Malik was on a spree to follow several celebrities on Twitter after his breakup with Perrie Edwards three weeks ago. However, the former One Direction singer stopped following Edwards’ British girl group Little Mix on Twitter, according to reports Thursday.

Malik last week followed singer Selena Gomez and favorited reality TV star Kylie Jenner’s racy photo on Twitter.

During Sunday's live-singing performance of the Little Mix in Arizona, a fan showed a signboard that read "Zayn is irrelevant." Soon after, pictures of Jade Thirwall, one of the group members, holding the sign, went viral. Following this, the group dissed the 22-year-old singer on social media.

Malik and Edwards, who were together for four years, were planning to marry. After their breakup, Malik put their London home for sale for $7 million, according to a report in Hollywood Life Wednesday. He also reportedly forced Edwards to move all her items out of the house prior to listing the five-bedroom mansion for sale.

After their breakup, Malik also posted a message on Twitter. “You just can't do enough for some people, I guess,” he wrote on Aug. 6. It is not clear why the two parted ways.