Liam Gallagher hits out at Noel’s no-show
LIAM GALLAGHER has called brother Noel a ‘sad f***’ for snubbing the One Love Manchester concert in favour of a luxury holiday.
The singer let rip after photos emerged of his former Oasis bandmate sunning himself on a yacht in Positano, Italy, with his wife Sara MacDonald.
Liam, 44, flew back on a private jet from a show in Nuremberg, Germany, to join the star-studded bill at Sunday’s tribute gig for the 22 Manchester Arena terror attack victims.
And he said his estranged sibling Noel, 50, should also have returned to their home city for the event.
‘Noel’s out of the f***ing country weren’t we all love get on a f***ing plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad f***,’ he tweeted yesterday.
He added: ‘What an amazing night last night. Oh and if anybody’s seen r kid tell him he can come out now.’
When a Twitter user said the comments would wreck hopes of Oasis reforming, he replied: ‘It ain’t about Oasis it’s about people helping other people and he’s once again shown his true colours.’
Fans had hoped the brothers would end years of feuding to perform Oasis hits such as Don’t Look Back In Anger. Instead Liam duetted with Chris Martin of Coldplay — who he once called a ‘geography teacher who makes music for bedwetters’.
Noel, whose camp declined to comment on Liam’s comments, said last week he could not attend because of the pre-booked family trip. The Old Trafford cricket ground gig raised more than £2million for injured survivors and victims’ families. Some 14million watched on the BBC with around 1billion viewers worldwide.
Author: Tom Stichbury