Liam Gallagher blasts Noel for One Love Manchester absence

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 19, 2017

Ariana Grande and a horde of celebrities performed at the One Love Manchester benefit concert on Sunday, just weeks after a terrorist bombing occurred at her May 22 Manchester concert, killing 22.

Gallagher performed three songs during his time at the mic: "Rock "n" Roll Star", "Wall of Glass" and "Live Forever" with Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland.

Chris didn't seem to carry a grudge, however. And shortly after the former Oasis frontman's three-song performance, inquires on the whereabouts of brother Noel quickly surfaced.

Ariana Grande, who's concert was where the terror attack took place, headlined the event, which included a memorable performance by her alongside Parrs Wood school choir.

"Sadly, Noel will not be at the concert this weekend", the statement read via The Independent.

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"Manchester id (sic) like to apologise for my brothers (sic) absence last night very disappointed stay attractive stay safe LG x", he wrote.

In a series of tweets, the 44-year-old wrote: "Oh and if anybody's seen rkid tell him he can come out now as you were LG".

Prior to the concert, it had been rumoured that Liam would be joined by the other Gallagher brother, Noel, with Oasis making a sensational return. However, Liam Gallagher shut down the rumors, saying while he was open to the idea, he was scheduled to play another show in Berlin on the same date. The former Beady Eye star apologised to fans for Noel's no-show and said his former bandmate should have abandoned a family holiday and flown back to the United Kingdom to support their home city.

Noel had already denied he would be showing up because he and his band High Flying Birds were booked to play elsewhere, explaining, "I'm up for it but I think we're booked for a gig somewhere".

More than an hour after his initial string of tweets, though, Martin returned to Twitter with bandmate Jonny Buckland in tow, throwing in a "thank you" to Liam and adding: "That was awesome". It also made clear that Liam didn't see this as a valid reason for him missing the event. "He's part of the establishment", he told a crowd.

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