Niall Horan’s mother reacts to backlash over his documentary with Lewis Capaldi

Niall Horan’s mother has defended her son on RTÉ’s Liveline show after a recent documentary he shot sponsored by Guinness received some backlash.

The One Direction star took his friend and fellow musician Lewis Capaldi on a trip around Ireland over the summer, and it was shot for a documentary called Homecoming: The Road to Mullingar with Lewis Capaldiaired on Virgin Media last Sunday.

In it, friends were seen enjoying bottles of Guinness World Records at various locations around the country and touring a warehouse in Dublin.

However, some viewers criticized the Mullingar native for promoting the Guinness record, as he has a number of younger fans.

In the documentary, the singers performed a small gig in Clarke’s Pub in Mullingar, where they were seen drinking pints of Guinness, but Niall’s mother Maura insisted it wasn’t. is an alcoholic beverage.

Talk to Joe Duffy on Liveline today, she said: “I know we saw him holding the glass but it was zero.

“I can only talk about the part where he was in Mullingar and he was in the pub.

“I was there and Guinness 0.0 was awarded, but I can’t have it because I have celiac disease but my husband tasted it and he said it was lovely”

She added that although he drank a non-alcoholic Guinness record during that performance, he did drink and “he was part of a delicious pint of Guinness.”

When asked if she thinks the backlash her son is receiving is unfair, Maura said: “Everyone is entitled to their opinion. When I listen [the documentary] coming, I can’t wait to see Niall and Lewis.

“I watched the show the night before and the Guinness record didn’t come to my mind, I just smiled at the two of them and their luggage.

“I know that they came to visit [the] Guinness [Storehouse]but the fact that they’re sitting with glasses or pints of Guinness in hand, that doesn’t register with me. “

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