Liam Gallagher Seems To Approve Of Lewis Capaldi's Trolling Of Brother Noel
Liam Gallagher is known for many things: his music, fashion, lifestyle... oh, and his incessant trolling of estranged brother Noel.
As such, it comes as no surprise to see that the 46-year-old rock n' roll star appears to have chosen his side in the wake of an unlikely 'feud' between Lewis Capaldi and his older brother.
Both singers performed at Glastonbury yesterday, with Capaldi opening his set by trolling Noel, taking to the stage in a parka with a t-shirt underneath bearing Noel's face in the centre of a heart.
This seems to have gone down well with Liam, who posed for a picture with Capaldi after his show.
... Could a collaboration be on the cards perhaps? No, almost definitely not, but it's clear to see whose side Liam is on in this 'feud'.
The trolling began a couple of weeks ago, when Noel used Capaldi as an example when discussing how 'f****** w***' music had become.
Speaking to Radio X, he said: "Music is f****** w*** at the moment. Who's this Capaldi fella? Who the f***'s that idiot?"
Capaldi was not left licking his wounds following the remarks though, rather he shared a series of videos on Instagram, describing being slagged off by Noel as his 'dreams coming true'.
He said: "F****** peaked. Being slagged off by Noel Gallagher. F****** c'mon!"
"Number one single - who gives a f***? Number one album - who gives a f***? Noel Gallagher has just slagged me off. This is dreams coming true.
"It's Father's Day, I'm being slagged off by a man who is old enough to be my Da' and I've never been more happy. I've never been more happy. Happy Father's Day, Noel."
He took things one step further yesterday (Saturday) at the opening of his set at Glastonbury, screening the clip of Noel getting stuck into him several times on the screen, before appearing himself wearing a parka jacket, a Noel Gallagher t-shirt, and a bucket hat to the strains of 'Here Comes The Money' - the entrance music for WWE Superstar Shane McMahon.
It seems unlikely Noel's views on the current 'f****** w***' state of music have been changed, but he almost definitely knows who this 'idiot' is now.
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