The brothers who have been in a feud and have had such little contact from the time the guitarist quit the band Oasis since 2009. He does also admit that there maybe no chance of ever repairing their relationship following being sued as claims started to fly that they dropped out of a show on the count of Liam had been hung-over.
”Once someone sends you a f***ing lawyer’s letter accusing you of – what was it? It was so laughable, I didn’t respond to it, until I had to, by law. He was accusing me of ‘destroying’ his brand. If such a thing exists, then f***ing hell, what’s the world coming to?
”So now, I don’t speak to him. The last time I saw him was at a party after the Olympics, and as usual he hurled some insult at me and off he went. I’m better off not speaking to him.”
”I’m afraid I didn’t make Team GB in the end. The whole thing was choreographed and they asked me to do ‘Wonderwall’ acoustically. I mulled it over and then they said, ‘You can’t do it live?’ Why not? ‘Well, it’s a big gig.’
”Finally, I said, ‘You know what, I’d rather watch it on the telly.’ But they’d got so far down the line with choreographing ‘Wonderwall’ in that, I was like, ‘Fine, get someone else to do it, just not the f***ing Kaiser Chiefs…’ So they went to Liam’s lot and I was absolutely fine with it. Not arsed.”
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