Liam Gallagher responds to Noel calling him a ‘coward’ over Oasis reunion

Liam Gallagher responds to Noel calling him a ‘coward’ over Oasis reunion

Liam Gallagher has reacted to recent comments made by his brother Noel, accusing him of being too “loose” to organize an Oasis meeting.

Christmas was talking to talkSport radio this week, when the High Flying Birds frontman and former member of Oasis discussed the possibility of reforming British pop icons – and suggested the blame should lie with Liam.

“Well, I put it there. (Liam) won’t call… I mean, he should call me, because he’s like, he keeps talking about it. You would have thought by now he would have some sort of plan,” he said on the White & Jordan to show.

“He doesn’t have to talk to me. He doesn’t want to talk to me, he’s a coward. So he should have some of his men, his agent, call mine and say, “Look, that’s what we think. And then we’ll have a conversation about it. Until then, he is a little dishonest.

He went on to say his brother was guilty of ‘giving people hope’ with his social media comments – meaning he’s made to look like the one who ‘drops a big foot on it’ when plans do not materialize.

Now, in a series of tweets, Liam has responded to the comments – saying they aren’t true and that Noel ‘hates Oasis fans’.

“I don’t wish AIDS on people I come to play MUSIC for the people of MANCHESTER who have just suffered a terrorist attack while you’re sitting on your shabby sipping champagne and you have the audacity to treat me of COWARD,” he wrote. this morning (May 24).

“He’s full of shit, he HATES Oasis fans (but) they don’t mind them buying his records,” he added in a second update, later reiterating the statement from a fan who said Noel didn’t feel that “at all”.

The comment about AIDS in the tweet references the past controversy around Christmas, when the singer-songwriter wished the deadly virus on the members of Blur at the height of their rivalry in the mid-90s. he apologized for his comments and claimed he made the statement while stoned: “We were all fucked while on drugs… I kinda thought we were talking in private, but of course, there was a tape recorder on,” he explained (via WomanFirst). ” But there. I obviously don’t want that. A bad cold I should have said. The flu maybe?

The Manchester reference in the update is a nod to Liam’s appearance on the One Love benefit show held in 2017. Hosted by Ariana Grande following the terrorist attack on her show earlier that year, the concert also featured Coldplay, Katy Perry and Justin Bieber. .

There has been an abundance of commentary about a potential Oasis reunion in recent years – many of which have gathered momentum with the upcoming anniversary of the band’s debut album “Definitely Maybe”, turning 30 next year.

For the most part, the brothers have had a largely recurring approach to the idea. In a cover interview with NME three years ago, Liam claimed an Oasis reunion was “going to happen very soon”. Additionally, in January, Noel also caught fans’ attention when he claimed he would “never say never” to the idea.

More recently, however, another damper was added to the debate, when Liam accused his brother and former bandmate of doing “a lot of damage to Oasis as a band”.

The accusation followed Noel’s comments in a previous interview, saying he was open to the idea of ​​a reunion, but Liam was unwilling to reach out to make it a reality.

The former Bonehead guitarist also weighed in on the debate earlier this month and said he would like the rebranding to continue because of what it would mean for “young fans”.

“I’d love to see it…when I’m on stage with Liam Gallagher as a solo artist, and I go out and we play ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’, the place explodes. People bounce higher and louder than they did at some gigs back then,” he said.

“I look at those top ten when I’m playing in an arena with Liam, and they’re 16 or 17. Those people weren’t even born until the end of Oasis’ career. So if there was a reunion, Wouldn’t it be worth it to them?…Do you hear that Liam?Do you hear that Christmas?

While uncertainty surrounds an Oasis reunion, it has been confirmed that they will be releasing a 30th anniversary edition of their debut album next year, featuring previously unreleased material recorded at the time.

Elsewhere, Liam also announced that he plans to perform ‘Certainly Maybe’ in full to celebrate the event – although he only plans to take the show to a few ‘Biblical’ venues.

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