July 26, 2009 11:02

Liam Gallagher responds over Oasis' Roundhouse gig

Singer reacts to his brother's onstage rage comments

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Oasis' Liam Gallagher has responded to his brother Noel's comments over the band's recent London Roundhouse gig, during which he verbally abused a fan.

As previously reported on NME.COM, Liam raged at a man in the crowd, swearing at him and insulting him from the stage after an object was apparently thrown at the singer at the start of the gig, which was part of the iTunes Live festival.

Following the gig, Noel wrote on his blog on the band's website, Oasisinet.com: "That gig at was… erm… very odd. What'siz'name [Liam] exploded with pretend rage the minute he walked on. Strange cat. Probably on his man period.

"Saying that, it was a full moon'n'all. Didn't notice him getting any more hairy though. Mind you, those that were there seemed to enjoy it, so… y'know, onwards and sideways."

Now, Liam has responded by writing on his Twitter page (this is unedited): "Regarding shortarse's comments on my behaviour at the roundhouse-Pretend rage? It's called rock and roll darling, you wanna try it sometime."

"Man period? You've been on since the first gig in Seattle! And as for the squares backstage, all your guests left with you Live Forever."

He added: "And as for leaving the stage between songs, that's when I go to the bar just like you fucking lot! Live Forever."

The band are currently touring Asia and are due to return to the UK to headline the sold-out V Festival on August 22 and 23.

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