"Yeah, there's been a bit of back and forth. We're on good terms with him," said Louis, who recently got into a minor Twitter scuffle with Zayn over his partnership with producer Naughty Boy.
"I've never been very good at biting my tongue. Maybe I get it from my mom," Louis continued. "But it's just one of those things. Twitter's great for connecting with the fans, but also if you feel like saying something that you probably shouldn't, it's also good for that as well. Or bad, in this case."
Louis insisted that "It's all resolved now," but apparently the group didn't always feel too kindly towards Zayn following his exit. "At first we were a little bit angry. Obviously, we were surprised," Liam said. "But I think we all kind of knew the general vibe that Zayn was feeling. There's certain parts of this job that Zayn loved and certain parts of the job that he didn't. If you don't like your job and you've got to follow your heart sometimes and go where you need to go, and you know there's no arguing to do with that. Like I said, we were angry at first, but then it was just a bit more disappointed. But we wish him the best of luck with whatever he gets up to and stuff and there's no hard feelings."