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Zayn Malik blasts Calvin Harris over Twitter

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ZAYN Malik told Calvin Harris to "calm your knickers" in a heated Twitter confrontation.

The former One Direction star has found himself embroiled in yet another feud after the Scottish DJ appeared to take offence to an internet meme Zayn retweeted, comparing his girlfriend Taylor Swift to Miley Cyrus.

The meme contrasted the 'Red' singer's desire for all musicians to be financially rewarded for their hard work with a quote from Miley reading: "I've made my money. If no one buys my albums, cool."

Calvin replied to the meme, including Zayn in his response, writing: "You've made your money? Cool...f**k the 99% of musicians who depend on these services to survive right? Yeah f**k em (sic)"

Zayn -- apparently believing Calvin's comments were directed at him -- hit back: "ha you just made an absolute fool of yourself mate (sic)"

Calvin tried to clarify, responding: "all good, it was the quote not you personally mate (sic)"

But his response only angered the ex-1D star more.

Zayn wrote: "you clearly didn't understand what I just said either

"so i suggest you calm your knickers before them dentures fall out (sic)"

Keeping his cool in spite of the attack, Calvin replied: "best of luck, genuinely. You've got a great voice (sic)"

Zayn then tweeted a public message, which may be directed at Calvin, saying: ""Oh and I write my own shit too d***head (sic)"

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