Liam Gallagher hits back at Noel's reunion claims
20 December 2018, 17:42 | Updated: 20 December 2018, 18:59
The former Oasis frontman has hit back at his brother claims about why he'd never reunite the Manchester band.
The Supersonic singer took to Twitter to share a quote which NME attribute to their interview with Noel back in 2012.
See Liam's tweet below, which reads: "‘Not even if the starving children in the world needed it!’ Noel Gallagher 2015'”
‘Not even if the starving children in the world needed it!’ Noel Gallagher 2015— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) December 19, 2018
When asked by a fan if he wasn't tired of all the back and forth, he simply replied: "Just putting the little c*** straight sorry if that upsets you as you were x"
Just putting the little cunt straight sorry if that upsets you as you were x— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) December 19, 2018
Liam is no doubt referring to his brother's recent interview with MOJO in which Noel said he was previously willing to reunite Oasis for a "magic" number, but drew the line after Liam attacked his wife Sara McDonald and his children.
"At the beginning I would have said to my management, there’s a magic number, the Ballad of the Mighty I singer told the magazine.
“If it reaches that magic number I’ll do it. Give me a shout. A couple of monster gigs. Even a tour of the big cities, a world tour, stadiums, burn a load of money, buy a yacht, buy a plane, and another house, then go back to what I’m doing. Easy. I wouldn’t even have to travel with the ****.”
He added: “That thing about my kids and my wife. No way. If I had 50 quid left in my pocket I’d rather go busking. No way, I can’t do it.”
The Holy Mountain singer also accused his brother of only wanting to reunite the famous Britpop band for his "ego".
"Liam wants to do it for his ego - he never gave a shit about the fans,' he told the outlet.
"He wouldn't have walked off stage 25 times in his career if he gave a s*** about the fans."
Watch Liam Gallagher talk about the chances of an Oasis reunion here: