Liam Gallagher laughs off brother’s ‘unstable relationship’ commentsApril 22nd, 2009 - 5:47 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Apr 22 (ANI): Oasis band member Liam Gallagher has laughed off his brother Noel’s comments about their unstable relationship, saying that the outburst was due to his overly sensitive emotions.
Noel Gallagher had told Britain’s Q magazine that his relationship with his brother is so bad, that the band will have to take a five-year break before they make another record.
The two brothers are well known for their feud, but even after Noel’s outburst, Liam decided to take the comments lightly, even poking fun at his brother for his recent radio show with Russell Brand on his personal Twitter.com page.
“Noel Gallagher, Russell Brand, f**king hell…what a pair of old housewife’s (sic) LG,” Contactmusic quoted him as writing.
“Is it that time of month again? LG,” he added about Noel’s comments. (ANI)
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