Zayn Malik has been dropped by his record label RCA in the Americas

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American fans of Zayn Malik may have a tough time getting their hands on his future projects. According to reports, Malik has been dropped by his American label RCA amid reports that he assaulted Yolanda Hadid during an altercation in his home.

Malik’s words posted to his social media page

Reports are still murky simply because Malik himself pointed out that there has been tension among the family over Yolanda’s reported meddling.

Meanwhile, RCA dropped the popstar over further reports that his marijuana use has become quite problematic. Multiple reports indicate that he apparently is smoking some strong stuff and RCA simply doesn’t agree with such use.

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It’s worth noting that RCA is based in California where weed use is legal.

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