Fans of the band Oasis, one of the biggest exponents of ‘Britpop’ of the nineties, have been waiting over a decade for brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher to set aside their many differences and take to the stage together Come back Although the two have recently spoken of their desire for this to happen, in the end the conversation has reduced to an intense exchange of reprimands, blaming each other for the problems that have prevented their supposed return. Have given.
Earlier this week, Noel didn’t hesitate to call his brother a “coward” for not answering his calls about the group’s eventual renewal. “I proposed to meet… You should call me. You’ve been saying your whole life that you want to go back, it would be normal to think that you have some kind of plan. But if you have a plan, So you should talk to me, but you don’t because you’re a coward”, attacked Liam in an interview with the TalkSPORT portal.
“It’s a bit naive of them,” he further described their lack of initiative. “They should tell their agent to call my team, like: ‘Look, this is what we’ve got planned,’ and start negotiating from there,” she accused Liam of apparently misleading his public. Was accused.
As expected, his older brother’s words have not gone down well with Liam Gallagher, who has made his anger clear on his Twitter account. The musician did not deny or confirm such statements, but limited himself to discrediting Noel, for example, that he was supporting the victims of the 2017 terrorist attack at Manchester’s Old Trafford stadium. did not appear for Near Manchester Arena after pop star Ariana Grande’s concert.
Liam wrote on Twitter, “I decided to play for and for the people of Manchester who were just attacked while you were drinking champagne. And you have the guts to call me a coward. Sit down, Idiot.” Not content with this, the artist once again underlines the perceived hypocrisy of Noel, who now surprisingly gets along and collaborates with his former rival Damon Albarn, leader of Blur, when three decades ago he denied his will. expressed that he contracts AIDS. “I have never been so foolish as to wish AIDS upon anyone.”