In the tumultuous world of rock and roll, few sibling relationships have been as notorious and divisive as that of the Gallagher brothers from Oasis. Liam and Noel Gallagher, the driving forces behind the iconic British band, have captivated audiences not only with their exceptional musical talent but also with their seemingly unending feud. Their ongoing conflicts and intentional picks at one another have become legendary, overshadowing their remarkable musical contributions and leaving fans wondering: what drives this seemingly relentless rivalry?
From their earliest days, it was evident that Liam and Noel Gallagher possessed an undeniable chemistry as musicians. Together, they crafted a sound that resonated with millions, and Oasis quickly rose to prominence as one of the defining bands of the Britpop era. However, behind the scenes, their relationship was marred by a deep-rooted animosity that often spilled over into public view.
The Gallagher brothers’ ways of taking opposing sides is no secret. It almost seems as though they purposefully go out of their way to antagonize each other, feeding off the chaos and drama that surrounds them. But what lies beneath the surface of this sibling rivalry? Is it purely a clash of egos, or is there something deeper at play?
In a recent interview, Noel Gallagher had stated that he was not a fan at all of Matty Healy and even called Healy “slackjawed,” as Healy asked for Oasis to get back together. Not to mention, all of the problematic remarks that Matty Healy has made in the past.
This all was then brought to the attention of Liam on his Twitter. Liam, not one to agree with Noel one bit, said that he was actually a fan of Matty Healy’s and said that he “loved” the singer. Fans in the comments were split, and rightfully so. How could Liam back up such a problematic singer?
Liam, the younger and more impulsive brother, possesses an unfiltered and volatile demeanor, often speaking his mind without a second thought. In contrast, Noel, the elder brother, adopts a more calculated and composed approach, wielding his sharp wit as a weapon in their verbal exchanges. It is this clash of personalities that fuels their never-ending war of words, with each brother deliberately pushing the other’s buttons.
Did Liam Gallagher truly mean that he liked Matty Healy and supported racist comments made by the 1975 singer? We sure would hope not.
Love Matt Healy
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) May 26, 2023