Liam Payne loves fans.. but wants Instagram password left alone please

Published Monday, Apr 28 2014, 15:50 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
One Direction's Liam Payne has pleaded with fans to stop trying to guess his Instagram password – as his email inbox is going crazy with notifications.

It seems naughty / clever / daring fans have been trying to get access to Liam's photo sharing page, but every time they try, he's getting yet another email telling him about it…

Considering he has more than 16.5 million followers on Twitter, all of whom can view his Instagram page, we can only imagine just how many emails that might entail…

Oh dear.

Liam Payne takes a selfie while lying in bed after opening night of Where We Are World Tour in Bogota, Colombia, 26 April 2014

© Twitter / @real_liam_payne

Liam shared this selfie from bed on 26 April (and no doubt had plenty of hearts fluttering).

Yesterday, an amused sounding Liam tweeted: "Lmao can people stop trying to break into my Instagram I only just got it lol that sh**s clogging up my mail."

He later added: "Stop trying to guess my password!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My emails going crazy with junk and I need it to make u all nice music for new albums!!"

We reckon he doesn't sound too cross, though, perhaps because over the last few days he's also been reflecting on just how incredible One Direction fans really are.

The band are currently in South America, where they kicked off their mammoth 'Where We Are Tour' in Bogota, Colombia last week, playing to a sold out crowd of thousands.

Liam Payne surveys a sea of fans outside his hotel room in Lima, Peru, 27 April 2014

© Twitter / @real_liam_payne

What an incredible view... Liam surveys fans in Lima.

After travelling to Lima, Peru, an overwhelmed Liam tweeted: "Honestly you guys are gunna set me off again Lima that was an overwhelming experience something I'll remember forever. It's so crazy I feel like I haven't done enough to deserve that kind of appreciation gunna spend my day in a state of shock love you guys."

He then posted a rather incredible picture of himself standing at a hotel room balcony in Lima overlooking a sea of fans.

"I will never understand, and you will never understand what this does to somebody ...why? No one could deserve this. Thank you for the trend means the world to me."

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