Crying his heart out! But Liam Gallagher labels Noel’s tears a ‘PR stunt’
A FRESH family feud hijacked Noel Gallagher’s bid to honour the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing.
It erupted when Liam, 44, mocked brother Noel, 50, for crying during an emotional rendition of Don’t Look Back In Anger at the We Are Manchester benefit gig on Saturday.
Before playing the hit, Noel told fans: ‘I watched the minute’s silence and one girl there sang this song. Every time you sing we win, so sing like you’ve never sung’.
But the ex-Oasis star’s words left Liam cold. ‘NG broke down in tears… you seriously ain’t buying that. He doesn’t give a f***,’ he tweeted, before labelling Noel’s tears a ‘PR stunt’.
The rockers’ offspring — Noel’s daughter, Anais, 17, and Liam’s son, Gene, 16 — then waded into the row by swapping jibes on Twitter.
At the concert, comic Peter Kay told fans the ‘victims will never ever be forgotten, but we’ve got to move forward with love, not hate. That’s how we win’.
Author: Andrei Harmsworth