Liam Gallagher offers brother Noel "cuddle and a hug" if he needs him

25 October 2023, 09:51

Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher
Liam Gallagher has reached out to his brother Noel. Picture: 1. Francesco Prandoni/Getty Images 2. Martt Crockett

By Jenny Mensah

The former Oasis frontman has extended shared his sympathy for his brother and held out an olive branch to his brother on social media.

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Liam Gallagher has shown his softer side to his estranged brother on social media and sparked hope of a reconciliation.

The former Oasis frontman appeared to suggest his sibling and former bandmate was going through a tough time and suggested that he could offer support.

Taking to X (formerly Twitter), the Manchester rocker wrote: "Listen I love Rkid he’s going through a lot of snizxle at the moment and it’ll work itself out he knows where I am if he needs a cuddle n a hug Oasis till I die LG x"

However, it wasn't long before Liam showed his sense of humour and came out with a scathing review of his brother's choice of footwear and even offered to give him a piggy back home.

When a an asked what he'd say to Noel if he bumped into him, he replied: "I’d say what the fuck are those hob nail boots on your plates all about there offensive your from Manchester you should know better as we take our 3 b 2s very seriously take them off and I’ll give you a piggy back home".

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It wouldn't be the first time Liam has asserted his allegiance to Oasis till he dies, but his brother might have a different feeling.

Earlier this month the Easy Now singer slammed his bother for trying to "rewrite history" that their Oasis days were all great.

According to the Daily Star, Noel said: "The last tour was not happy. The other fella is trying to rewrite history that it was all f****** great. It wasn't.

"It was a f****** dreadful last year of Oasis."

However, Liam clearly didn't have the same recollection, telling a fan on X: "Him and his not so solid crew made it dreadful but as you well know I am Jedi and I had a lovely time".

Meanwhile, Liam has told fans what to expect from his collaborative project with The Stone Roses legend John Squire, suggesting it will match up to the work of The Beatles.

Quizzed by a fan if they can expect to see the joint record released next year, Liam replied: "It’s the best record since revolver".

When another fan suggested it was a "big statement" to make, the Some Might Say singer added: "What’s coming your way is bigger I’m being humble it pisses all over it".