Liam Payne Does His Best Superman Impression

Liam Payne flaunts his rock hard abs once again, only this time he's doing it by the pool.

 

Rising out the pool like @henrycavill

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He writes: 

"Rising out the pool like @henrycavill"

You look like a Superman yourself, Liam!

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He showed support towards homophobic and trans-phobic comments a couple years ago. He never gave insight into that or apologized for it. But now that he's lgbt "friendly" and is shirtless on the internet all the time all is forgotten and forgiven I suppose. As sensitive as people are is as quick as most are to forgive if you're good-looking, show a lil bit of "support" and give us the nekkids. 

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Under fire for an offhand comment that some interpreted as homophobic at a One Direction concert, Liam Payne is now apologizing.

Before launching into his favorite song off the band’s latest album, “Girl Almighty,” Payne, 21, explained the meaning behind the track, telling a Columbus, Ohio, crowd:

“It is about trying to find that number one woman of your life, which none of you can relate to because most of you are girls. Except for the boys in here, you know what I’m talking about.”

The remark didn’t sit well with some people, who felt it fed into heteronormative ideals.

From his Twitter:
lol think some people take things to literal these days not gunna comment on it anymore you guys know what I meant it was meant in general" 10:01 PM - Aug 18, 2015

"I am in no way shape or form homophobic that's a ridicules thing to say and I'm not here to offend people so take it as you will" 10:01 PM - Aug 18, 2015

"I'm sorry to those I offended really I am but there's no need for some of the things I'm being called" 10:13 PM - Aug 18, 2015

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That actually isn't what I was talking about.

A couple weeks after the Duck Dynasty guys spewed a bunch of homophobic things, of which they received a ton of press for and there was pleading to pull their show from the air, Liam tweeted out his support of them and their "family values". He later simply Tweeted out that he doesn't agree with all that they stand for. But that was the extent of his explanation. He didn't flat out say that he didn't agree with their comments or that he wasn't homophobic. 

The whole thing received a ton of attention. But Liam has never been asked to clarify his remarks by any publication. I'm surprised the gay media has pretended that it didn't happen. Though I guess I shouldn't be. And that's probably why the comment he made at the concert ruffled feathers to begin with. 

He could have grown up since then. Or he could just know better about keeping his mouth shut, his shirt off and trying to appeal to as many potential costumers as possible. I will say that he has aged the best out of the One-Directioners. 

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You need to provide examples of his support towards homophobic and transphobic comments otherwise you sound stupid. :)

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