Oasis’ Liam Gallagher Reveals The Reason Behind Noel Gallagher’s Small Venue Shows

Liam Gallagher has recently taken to Twitter to reveal his thoughts on his brother Noel’s decision to perform at smaller venues. In a series of tweets, the younger Gallagher sibling offered some insight into the ongoing feud between the two and whether they have resolved their differences.

The possibility of an Oasis reunion has always been a hot topic among fans, and a recent exchange on Twitter has reignited the flame of hope. When a fan asked Liam if there was any chance of the iconic band getting back together, the typically sarcastic singer responded positively, sending fans into a frenzy. However, Noel Gallagher soon chimed in, criticizing Liam for announcing such a possibility on social media and urging him to give him a call to discuss it further. In response, Liam tweeted about his brother’s recent interview, blaming Noel for damaging Oasis and stating that he had a lot of making up to do to himself and the fans.

The conversation continued in a new series of tweets with a fan inquiring if the Gallagher brothers had solved their problems, to which Liam replied negatively. This candid response once again stirred up speculation regarding the status of the brothers’ relationship and their potential reunion.

The musician’s response to his follower’s question read:

“Not yet.”

Another fan asked Liam about Noel’s upcoming concert in Milan, questioning why he would be performing at a smaller venue than Liam’s own show. The younger Gallagher brother didn’t mince words in his reply, stating that Noel Gallagher had a hard time ‘giving people what they wanted.’

His short tweet went as follows:

“Coz he finds it hard to give the people what they want.”

Despite the ongoing tension between Liam and Noel Gallagher, fans continue to hold out hope for an Oasis reunion. As the brothers continue their separate musical endeavors, only time will tell if they can put aside their differences and come together once more to give the people what they want.