Liam Gallagher comes out in support of ‘save the honey bee’ campaign

Frontman says: 'We've got to save them before they all buzz off'

OasisLiam Gallagher has come out in support of a campaign to save the honey bee from disappearing.

The singer was apparently made aware of the plight of the insect after honey helped him cure a throat virus that forced Oasis to pull out of the V Festival, before the band split in August.

“The bees are vanishing. We’ve got to save them before they all buzz off. It’s important. It’s a really worthwhile cause,” Liam told The Sun. He added: “Without them we’re in proper bother.”


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