The saga of sibling rivalry between Liam and Noel Gallagher has been the stuff of rock ‘n’ roll legend for decades. But as the back-and-forth banter between the warring Oasis brothers continues to play out in public, it seems that even the most die-hard fans are beginning to lose their patience. Taking to Twitter in droves, they’re not shy about letting Liam Gallagher know just how tired they are of the seemingly never-ending feud.
For years, the volatile relationship between Liam and Noel has been as much a part of Oasis’s legacy as their iconic anthems. The public squabbles, verbal jabs, and the occasional reconciliation have kept fans both entertained and exasperated. However, as the years roll on and the feuding shows no sign of abating, the fandom that once found amusement in the spectacle is now growing weary of the drama.
X, the modern-day town square for music aficionados, is where fans are making their voices heard. The platform that has amplified the Oasis narrative for so long is now serving as a megaphone for frustrated followers. The consensus is clear: it’s time for the Gallaghers to bury the hatchet and make peace.
One fan lamented: “Liam keep it private it’s getting boring now mate. He don’t want to know you. Leave him to go and count his money he’d get more satisfaction that way. Money changed him. End of.”
It’s not just the fans who are tired of the sibling rivalry; the music industry, too, is starting to shift its focus away from the spectacle and back to the art. Oasis’s timeless hits and iconic albums continue to captivate audiences, and many are eager for new material or at least a nostalgic tour without the bickering.
But amidst the chorus of frustrated voices, there is hope. Some fans are using their tweets to call for a reconciliation. They yearn for the day when the Gallagher brothers put their differences aside and share the stage once more, bringing the music back to the forefront.
Liam Gallagher, ever active on X himself, is not one to back down from a fight, but he’s also not deaf to his fans’ voices. It remains to be seen whether this latest wave of frustration will push him to consider a truce.
He said: “I’m sorry it’s not Netflix enough for ya I don’t write for you I write for me.”
In the end, what fans want more than anything is for Oasis, the band that has soundtracked their lives, to rise above the drama and give them the music they love. While sibling rivalry has been a part of rock ‘n’ roll since time immemorial, there comes a point when even the most dedicated fans need a change of tune. Whether the Gallaghers will listen to their loyal followers remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: the world is ready for the return of Oasis, the music, and the magic, minus the melodrama.
I’m sorry it’s not Netflix enough for ya I don’t write for you I write for me
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 24, 2023