Liam Gallagher launches attack on ‘Tony Blair’ brother Noel over his swipe at Prince Harry


Liam and Noel Gallagher have been at loggerheads of most of their careers, with the brothers often firing insults at one another. Now, Liam has slammed his brother, claiming he is no longer a rock star.

While Liam, 48, and Noel, 54, may have been close growing up and went on to take the music world by storm with their band Oasis, their relationship soon deteriorated.

Since the band split in 2009, the brothers have barely remained in contact – aside from their war of words on social media.


Despite their constant rowing, Liam invited his older brother to his wedding with Debbie Gwyther, which is set to take place later this year.

However, following Noel’s scathing attack against Prince Harry, during which he described the Duke of Sussex, 36, as a “woke snowflake,” Liam has hit out, comparing the musician to Tony Blair, who had been accused of betraying the values of the Labour party in order to receive the majority vote during his time in office as Prime Minister.

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When asked by a Twitter follower if Noel is still Rock’n’Roll, he said: “Them days are well and truly over he looks and acts like Tony Blair.”

Liam went on to say: “He likes people to think he is but he’s a f*****g SQUARE of the highest order.”

Noel has previously shared his public support for former Prime Minister Tony Blair, 68, claiming that the ex-Labour politician is “the last person who made sense”.


The Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds frontman famously visited Downing Street during the height of Blair’s political career.

Noel recently launched a blistering attack against Prince Harry, branding the Duke a “f****g woke snowflake”.

He went on to say: “Prince William, I feel that f*****g lad’s pain, he’s got a f*****g younger brother shooting his f*****g mouth off with s**t that is just so unnecessary, I’d like to think I was always the William.”


The singer-songwriter went on to say that people just want to know how much of a “c**t is Prince Harry?”

Following Prince Harry’s recent attacks against The Royal Family, Noel said: “Prince Harry is coming across like a typical f*****g woke snowflake, f*****g a******e. Just don’t be f****** dissing your family because there’s no need for it.”

While fans may be eager for an Oasis reunion, Liam hinted last year that Noel had turned down the opportunity.


It’s said that the band had been offered around £100 million to join forces once more, something that didn’t appeal to Noel.

During an appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show, Liam said: “When someone offers you 100 million pounds to do a few gigs and that man, you’re going to go, ‘Alright then yeah…’

“There was a lot of money knocking about.”


He went on to say: “It was 100 million pounds to do a tour and that and I’m thinking, ‘I’m not a d***head, know what I mean? I’ll have a bit of that.’ He’s not into it, is he? He’s after a knighthood isn’t he?”

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