Talking to The Guardian, Louis has expressed yet again how he wasn't consulted about the scene and he is frankly exhausted from it.
"I know, culturally it's interesting, but I'm just a bit tired of it," he said. "Again, I get the cultural intention behind that. It just felt a little bit... no, I'm not going to lie, I was p***ed off. It annoyed me that a big company would get behind it."
Despite his annoyance, it was a scene that was well-received by a lot of fans.
At the time, Louis responded to a fan asking about his involvement in the scene.
"just going to sit and hope that they for some reason approved it because surely they had to to get it aired harry seems quite friendly with the people involved but u can just TELL louis’ not gonna like it ," they wrote.
Louis responded, "I can categorically say that I was not contacted nor did I approve it."
Louis' candid interview also delved into how he has handled experiencing so much loss in his life. The singer lost his mother Johanna Deakin to leukemia in December 2016. In March this year, Louis' 18-year-old sister passed away from an accidental drug overdose.
He told The Guardian: "That whole dark side I've gone through, it sounds stupid to say, but it gives me strength everywhere else in my life, because that's the darkest s**t I'm going to have to deal with.
"So it makes everything else, not feel easier and not less important, but, in the grand scheme of things, you see what they are, I suppose."
Former bandmate Liam Payne echoed this sentiment in a recent interview, saying how although he feels sorry for Louis and everything he has been through, he believes that "it's only helping him emerge as a person more, which is really good actually."