See, all of the guys (except for Zayn Malik) have taken to their individual Twitter accounts in the days since the leak of the video, which showed Zayn and Louis Tomlison smoking what appears to be weed in the back of a car in Peru. But they've so far talked about everything but what went down earlier this week.
Louis broke his silence on the social media site on Thursday, sending "massive love" to all of the Directioners who have been "so incredibly supportive." We are guessing he's not sending that love to the fans that decided to shred their tickets following the scandal. Louis also went on to say that all the Where We Are Tour dates "have been great so far."
Harry also echoed Louis' thoughts, tweeting out a "thank you" to the fans, while Niall went on a Twitter spree, sharing his thoughts on everything from how excited he is to perform in Manchester on Friday (May 30) to his love for the movie "Due Date."
Liam -- the first member to speak out following the leak -- has also been quite active, even asking fans to stop posting nude selfies on Twitter in support of the band.