Liam Gallagher is a man of very few words. While it may seem strange that a writer such as Liam may not have much to say – what he does say always holds a lot of weight.
On Twitter, after the news broke of The Queen’s death, Liam Gallagher ensured to share exactly how he was feeling when he heard the tragic news.
Liam would head over to Twitter and simply type “Gutted.” As of now, nothing more has been said by Liam Gallagher, but the post has started to gain some quick traction. Many fans are not really consoling Liam. In fact, many of the comments on the post are more-so to do with music.
On commentor posted up a link of the track “God Save The Queen” by the Sex Pistols. Liam Gallagher has naturally, not responded to these kind of comments. Certainly, with Liam still out and about playing shows – he soon should speak on stage about the passing of The Queen.
For many artists of UK fame, The Queen is heralded. This passing of the queen has certainly struck deep into Liam Gallagher.
In other news, with the passing of The Queen, many gathered outside Buckingham Palace. Shockingly, as the Queen passed, a double rainbow could be seen in the sky over the Palace. Truly, this was something other-worldly. As the rainbow was seen, the crowd would break out into song. The song that they would choose to sing in unison was none other than ‘God Save The Queen.’
Even on the saddest day in recent times for fans of the royal family, some people can still find something to spread joy about and come together to sing to one another to have the best send-off possible for someone as bright, elegant, and well-spoken as The Queen.
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) September 8, 2022