Liam Gallagher Denies Dissing Noel's Adidas Trainers
7 April 2017, 09:45 | Updated: 7 April 2017, 17:43
A tweet circulated which claimed Liam took aim at his brother's new Adidas Spezial collab.
Liam Gallagher's representatives have responded to the circulation of a quote which was purported to have been made about his brother's latest Adidas collab.
An image which went viral on Twitter claimed the former Oasis frontman said of Noel's latest project: "They look like my school shoes when I was 11. Noel’s face has been on the end of my shoe a few times. Now everyone can enjoy that.”
See the image here:
Brilliant as ever from Liam pic.twitter.com/mo2yfTYwce— Mainly Manchester (@ManchesterDose) April 6, 2017
However, according to NME, the outspoken rocker's PR have confirmed the quote is "false," adding no further comment.
Meanwhile, Noel Gallagher took to Instagram to share an image of his new limited edition trainers, which will be released on 6 April this year.
See them in all their glory here:
A little while back my mate @gary.aspden borrowed a pair of my vintage adidas Leisure shoes (adidas Brisbane) as he was looking to do a shoe based on them for the adidas Spezial range. He asked me if I wanted to do a signature version by way of saying thanks and here they are - the 'NG Garwen SPZL'. They release on April 6th and will be a one off, limited edition drop. Image courtesy of @gary_watsongraphicdesign #adidas #spezial #SPZL