Gigi Hadid wants beau Zayn Malik to check-in to REHAB for ANXIETY


Last month Zayn Malik revealed to the world that he has been suffering with anxiety after he was forced to cancel his appearance at Capital Radio’s Summertime Ball.

At the time Zayn's model girlfriend Gigi Hadid was one of the first people to publicly announce their desire to support Zayn through his issues and it seems Gigi is now eager to keep that promise.

According to Celebs Now, the 21-year-old star wants Zayn to go to a US rehabilitation facility to receive treatment for his anxiety and already has a number of LA-based lifestyle gurus lined up to help the former One Direction band member.  

A source told the Now: "Gigi worries that Zayn’s anxiety attacks could ruin his career and in turn their relationship."

“She’s already lined up some of LA’s top lifestyle gurus to help convince Zayn to take a two-week break at a treatment facility.  But it’s not going to be easy.”

The source went on to explain how the pop star tries to escape his issues and commitments through partying.

They said: “When Zayn’s really in a bad place, all he wants to do is party and escape from his anxiety and pressures of real life and a relationship.”

“He just cuts himself off from the world – like when he has cancelled appearances but been spotted partying the same day.  Perhaps it’s his coping mechanism?”

Zayn has admitted in the past that as well as suffering from anxiety, he also smokes marijuana.

He told Complex magazine: "I smoke sometimes when I’m writing. Sometimes it helps with the creative process, depending on the strength of the weed. It helped me think outside the box."

However despite his personal issues, Zayn and Gigi seem to be closer than ever lately as only yesterday the Topshop model shared a sweet snap of them together.


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We hope Zayn gets whatever help he needs and are glad to see Gigi is so willing to support him.

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