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“Ha ha pissing myself”: Liam Gallagher takes aim at Jeff Buckley and Coldplay
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"Ha ha pissing myself we are casuals LG"

Liam Gallagher has turned his famously wicked tongue on Coldplay and Jeff Buckley – offering his brutally honest opinion of both the acts.

After taking top billing at the Isle of Wight festival on Saturday, Liam kicked back on Sunday – and used the time to dish out his views.

“Listening to this grace by Jeff Buckley ha ha pissing myself we are casuals LG”, he wrote of Buckley’s 1994 album ‘Grace’.

He added that the record sounded like a “cat being strangled”.

Listening to this grace by Jeff Buckley ha ha pissing myself we are casuals LG

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 24, 2018

Cat being strangled as you were

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 24, 2018

Gallagher then revealed that he was listening to Coldplay, and it meant even more brutal honesty.

“Rite Coldplay are on now I’m of to hang myself wgat the fuck is up wit these people cmon people were making it now”, he admitted.

Rite Coldplay are on now I'm of to hang myself wgat the fuck is up wit these people cmon people were making it now

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 24, 2018

Gallagher’s comments on Coldplay come only a year after he teamed up with the Chris Martin band to perform ‘Live Forever’ at the One Love Manchester concert.

Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that Gallagher refused to headline the Sunday of Isle Of Wight, fearing it would clash with the World Cup.

Gallagher was originally planned to close out the event tonight, but got organisers to switch his performance to Saturday when he realised England would be playing Panama on Sunday afternoon, according to the Daily Mirror.

25/06/2018 11:48:48
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