Liam Gallagher Used To Shout At Jamie Oliver's Window On Way Home From The Pub
Liam Gallagher is a big personality, which means that he's often rubbing people up the wrong way. Obviously, he's had a long running feud with his ex-Oasis bandmate and brother Noel, but after a recent interview with Jonathan Ross, he's claimed that he wound someone up so badly that they had to move to a new house.
The latest person to go head to head with the Britpop star is the monster who banished Turkey Twizzlers from schools forever, Jamie Oliver.
The rocker appears on The Jonathan Ross show this weekend and shares the story. Unfortunately for Jamie, he happened to live across the road from Liam's local pub, he said: 'On the way home, we'd be going, "He's got some scran in there"
"He'd come to his window and be going, "Liam Stop f***ing about, I'm getting the kids to bed" and we're going, "Just chuck us down a couple of bacon sarnies!"
Unfortunately, Oliver made a huge error when picking where to move to in order to avoid Gallagher's frequent taunts.
"He's moved," he laughed. "The funny thing is he's moved to where I live now as well."
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Serves him right for taking our favourite food from our canteens.
To be fair, this spat is miniscule when compared to the beef he's got with his brother. They don't just bicker like normal siblings, they truly hate each other. Their dislike for each other caused one of the biggest bands in the world to break up. In fact, during their last tour it was reported that the brothers had stopped talking to each other entirely and travelled separately to concerts.
They spend a lot of time throwing shade at each other on social media. Recently, Noel said he'd never forgive Liam for sending his daughter Anais a text message which read: "Tell your step Mam to be very careful."
Noel told The Guardian that Liam had sent threatening messages to his family before: "That's not the first time he's sent texts to my daughter, or left threatening phone calls on my wife's answering machine."
He continued: "So when he's threatening my wife via my teenage daughter, I'm thinking, you know, if you weren't a rock star, if you were just an uncle who worked in a garage, you'd be getting a visit from the police. But because you're a rockstar, wahey, you get away with that s**t."
Liam's new album Why Me? Why Not. Was released today.
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