The rocker is famous not just for his music, but also for his legendary public fights with his younger brother, Liam.
The fights between the Gallagher brothers, Noel, 54, and Liam, 48, are the stuff of legend.
It was one of the constant feuds that sometimes escalated to violence that caused the end of Oasis for good in 2009. Of course, that didn’t stop the Gallagher brothers from fighting and insulting each other.
Here’s a short summary of the barbs that flew back and forth:
In an interview with the Sun, Noel Gallagher weighed in on another family dispute making headlines — the tension between Prince William and his younger brother, Prince Harry.
Gallagher said that the Duke of Sussex is constantly “shooting his f***ing mouth off with s*** that is just so unnecessary” and says he sympathizes with Prince William. He said that in his feuds with his own brother, he’d like to think of himself as “always the William.”
He said: “Prince William. I feel that f***ing lad’s pain.
“He’s got a f***ing younger brother shooting his f***ing mouth off with s*** that is just so unnecessary. I’d like to think I was always the William.”
Discussing the drama with the royals, he continued: “Prince Harry is coming across like a typical f***ing woke snowflake, f***ing a***hole.
“Just don’t be f***ing dissing your family because there’s no need for it.”
And in a jibe at Harry’s controversial wife Meghan, he adds: “This is what happens when you get involved with Americans. As simple as that.”
Source: The Sun
In the interview, Gallagher also mentioned that he’s back to drinking the way he did back in the 90s.
It’s probably not a good sign that Noel is sympathizing with Prince William, because, although Noel has done some pretty awful things to his brother — like hitting him on the head with a cricket bat — Liam is clearly the bigger a-hole. What does that make Harry?
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