Just minutes before, the rock star had delighted his own fans by revealing the title of his solo single
LIAM Gallagher proved their really is no love lost with brother and former Oasis bandmate Noel as he slammed his sibling as ‘fake’ just minutes after delighting fans with the title of his new solo single.
Liam Gallagher has gone on a nasty Twitter rant branding brother Noel ‘fake’
Things started on a happy note as Liam revealed on his page his first solo track would be called Not For Sale, taken from his new album As You Were.
The pair have long been embroiled in a spat which started after they performed for the final time as Oasis at The V Festival in 2009.
Tonight, the bitterness again crept in as Liam remarked on what he claims is the contrast of the High Flying Birds singer’s attitude when he is in his native Manchester, compared to his new home town London.
The pair last performed together in 2009
Yet they have become embroiled in a nasty spat since
He wrote: “See the fake bombing about in his stone island again coz he’s in manc he’ll be back in his Prada 1st thing tomorrow.”
Liam quickly followed up with: “To all you NG fanboys, I can and will sing any song he wrote bigger and better than him evening if I was kicked in the b******s by a wood pigeon.”
He then quipped:
To all the people who dig what I’m about, I know you’ll freak out as its proper.
“To the people who hate what I’m about, I hope it sends you mad.”
The bitter Twitter exchange may put paid to any suggestion of an Oasis reunion.
The site quotes Australian music site Noise11 as claiming a “UK rock band from the 90s with a very close connection to Liam Gallagher” are alleged to “have been tapped as the opening act” for reunion shows.
Oxford rock band Ride is reportedly among those being tipped to join the band on stage for their long-anticipated reunion.
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The author of the article further fuelled rumours by adding “fans could be in for the ‘ride’ of their life”.
It came after Liam revealed he hasn’t ruled out a reunion – but he’s leaving it up to Noel.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph on the 20th anniversary of their iconic Knebworth, the 44-year-old said: “At the moment, it’s a bazillion light years away. I’d love to, but obviously – it’s down to Ronnie Corbett [Noel], innit.”
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