Stop crying your heart out, Noel Gallagher.
“Some Might Say” the singer’s emotional break during the “We Are Manchester” charity show was the real deal — but that some does not include brother Liam.
Liam put his older sibling and former Oasis bandmate on blast Saturday night for appearing misty-eyed while performing “Don’t Look Back in Anger” during his headlining gig at the benefit concert serving as Manchester Arena’s official reopening after a May suicide bombing.
“(Noel) broke down in tears cmon you seriously ain’t buying that,” Liam wrote on Twitter. “He doesn’t give a f–k.”
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Liam — whose legendary insults know no bounds — insisted that he wasn’t buying his brother’s (potentially) crocodile tears, and dismissed them as nothing but a PR stunt.
“Don’t buy into this PR stunt. He doesn’t give a f–k,” Liam continued. “If the same thing had have gone of in Edinburgh he’d been up there like a shot ahem.”
Liam and Noel are both Manchester natives, and their hit 1995 song “Don’t Look Back in Anger” has become an anthem of sorts for the city in the wake of the attack, which killed 22 at an Ariana Grande concert.
Grande previously hosted a “One Love Manchester” benefit in June. Liam attended, singing a duet of “Live Forever” with Coldplay, but Noel did not, prompting Liam to once again speak his mind on social media.
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“Manchester, I’d like to apologise for my brothers (sic) absence last night very disappointed,” he wrote. “Noels out of the f–king country weren’t we all love get on a f–king plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad f–k.”
The dig was just the latest in a sibling rivalry that stretches back to the band’s beginnings in the early ’90s. Of select insults, Liam has previously called Noel a “geezer,”a “turd” and a “potato.”
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