Styles, the 21-year-old One Direction member, appeared to have been sabotaged by his own mic stand while performing at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium last night.
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A 1D spokesman also defended the band’s flights as they were “part of a carbon offset programme”.
It was previously reported that 1D, revealed to be the richest boyband in British music history, admitted before that they fly around the globe in two planes.
As for those who weren’t there who’ve just cottoned on to the video? “World leaders will make decisions that will affect important human issues like extreme poverty, inequality and climate change”. The Starflight Aviation’s website states that they are investing to reduce the impact of aircraft emissions through the innovative program.
He said they used Starflight jets, a company which works with charity Cool Earth to offset emissions by protecting the rainforests.
Meanwhile, despite the accusations, Save the Children charity expressed support for the boyband.
“Now is the time for us all to have our say, to take action and to raise our voices to show that we care”.