Liam Gallagher: 'Fuck Oasis and fuck Noel Gallagher'

Beady Eye frontman hits out at brother over Oasis reunion rumours

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Liam Gallagher has hit out at his brother Noel over the rumours that Oasis will reform in the future.

Speaking to Q, Liam was clearly angry at the untimely demise of Oasis and launched into an angry rant when asked if he was happy for Noel and the success of his solo career. "Was I pleased for him? What, for splitting up my fucking band? I'm not pleased for him, no! I hope he's fucking happy but he doesn't look it."

Noel Gallagher formed his band The High Flying Birds after Oasis split and released his debut album in 2011.

Continuing to get angry about his brother, Liam started again when asked about the persistent rumours that Oasis will reform in the next two years. Currently finishing work on the second Beady Eye album, Liam stated that it was Noel who was behind the rumours and that he is far from happy about it.

It was Noel who started that rumour, I’ve never said a fucking dicky bird. Fuck Oasis as far as I’m concerned and fuck Noel Gallagher. The thought of going onstage with that fucking idiot and hanging out with his daft mates, the pretend drug addicts and all his snobs from Sloane Street. Fuck that, not interested, mate. We’re Beady Eye all the fucking way.

Liam went on to add: “I’ve got a new record, I’m buzzing off it.”

Meanwhile, Liam last hit the headlines when he claimed that he is not a fan of Mumford and Sons, saying the 'Babel' band "look like they've got fucking nits."

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