HARRY PISTONS is getting ready to go for a break.
But the one-time superstar has not had much time to take stock of the impact of the latest episode of “The Interview” he co-wrote with the late Steve Jobs.
In the latest issue of Penthouse magazine, Styles reveals he was so distraught that he quit his job at a luxury-car dealership he helped build because he felt so “frightened” by the threat of “a terrorist attack” that he decided to leave the country.
“I’m really, really, totally not feeling like it’s working,” Styles says.
“I’m just really, truly not feeling comfortable with the country right now.
I think we’ve just gotten to the point where this whole thing is not working out.”
The issue is a tribute to Styles and his father, the late legendary rocker Billy, who died in October at age 92.
Style and his family are making a movie about his life.
He says he’s never been so “disturbed” about anything.
“It’s gotten to be so weird.
I don’t know how you do that when you’re so used to being happy,” he says.”
The world was never meant to be a safe place,” he adds.
“You know what I mean?
It’s not a safe thing.
I just feel like the world has turned so toxic, and I just want to keep moving forward.”
Styles has also taken a step back from his new-age lifestyle, though he continues to take photos of himself in his trademark red dress and gold earrings.
“When I was younger, I was really into music, and music was a part of my life,” he said.
“Now it’s just a distraction.
So I think the only way to survive is to not give up on music.”
Styls has not said how he’ll react to the news that the “Trump Effect” has made the news the best-selling song in history.
He says he plans to take a break from the internet, but his fans are still waiting for his answers.
“There’s not going to be any more ‘We want to make you famous!’ stuff from me.
I’m just going to sit back and do my thing,” he tells the magazine.
Style’s new book, “I Am Myself,” was published Sept. 27.
It tells the story of his life from the birth of his family to his days as a teen-ager, which included the iconic recording of the “Who Do You Love” song.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Styles asks in the book.
“What do I want to do?”
“I want to write a song that has the most power to bring people together,” he continues.
“To make a difference.
And to make people feel comfortable in their own skin.
That’s what I want my legacy to be.””
The Interview,” a satirical film released in January that was intended to provoke a backlash against the Trump administration and his administration, caused a backlash after it was posted on social media.
Styles’ interview was not seen by the public and his parents, Bruce and Kathy, say the fallout has cost their son his livelihood.
The interview was also seen as a way for Styles to make his message about diversity and inclusion more palatable to young people.
“In my opinion, if I had done this to someone else, I wouldn’t have been able to get this interview,” he told Penthouse.
“So the idea of having to defend myself, it’s like, I can’t just be a voice.
It’s like I have to defend everything I’ve done, I have no choice.”