Liam Gallagher blasts fans who heckled him on flight for refusing to sign merch
26 July 2022, 17:31 | Updated: 26 July 2022, 17:46
The former Oasis frontman took to Twitter to slam individuals who swore at him on a flight after he declined their requests.
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Liam Gallagher has hit out at fans who verbally abused him on a flight.
The former Oasis frontman has been playing dates Down Under, but took to social media this Tuesday (26th July) to vent about being sworn at after refusing to sign merchandise for fans.
Taking to Twitter, the Everything's Electric singer wrote: "To those professional s***kbubbles who were recording me and calling me a c*** as soon as I got of a flight for not signing there stuffs your not proper fans you should be ashamed of yourselfs entitled C***Z".
See the Manchester rocker's tweet (with the naughty bits taken out) below:
Fans were quick to chime in on the event and defend Gallagher's right to privacy while travelling.
Jon said: "Half of em probably wanted something to put on eBay. Cringe."
Half of em probably wanted something to put on eBay. Cringe.— Jon Primett (@Jon_Primett) July 26, 2022
Jack wrote: "Your biblical presence should be enough for them liam".
your biblical presence should be enough for them liam— jack (@jackw651) July 26, 2022
Mark, however, had a more forceful suggestion.
Haha just get those V’s in the air and tell them all to fooook offfff!! Peace out ✌🏼— mark abernethy (@markaber1) July 26, 2022
However, one fan disagreed... rather rudely suggesting the rocker should have just obliged.
Just sign peoples stuffs for em then, you massive bellend— chemical_realm (@chemical_realm) July 26, 2022
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