Liam Gallagher took aim at brother Noel Gallagher’s tickets prices for his 2020 Kenwood House concert
Liam Gallagher slammed brother Noel Gallagher’s ticket prices on social media.
The pair haven’t spoke in over a decade following Noel’s decision to quit Oasis in 2009 – with the pair locking horns ever since.
And while the former Oasis frontman, 47, is currently embarking on his 13-date UK tour, his estranged sibling, 52, just dropped tickets for his one-off gig next summer.
The High Flying Birds singer is set to perform at a huge headline show at Kenwood House for 2020.
And fans lucky enough to grab tickets will have to shell out £70 a pop – a sum of money deemed too high by Liam.
Taking to Twitter, Liam shared his delight about his upcoming gig. He wrote: “Aberdeen Aberdeen Aberdeen c’mon you know LG x.”
However, one fan asked Liam what he thought about Noel’s pricing scale.
They wrote: “What do u think of Noel’s £70 per ticket to see him?”
“If anyone should be dropping his ticket prices then it should be him seeing as though he’s the richest man on the planet,” he responded.
It’s not the first time the musician has taken aim at Noel’s performance next year.
The father-of-four, who resides in North London and near the location of Noel’s upcoming show, explained his family member won’t be staying the night after his concert.
“You can kip at Liam’s he’ll only be down the road,” one fan playfully quipped underneath the show’s poster.
However, Liam wasn’t keen on Noel’s arrival.
He put: “F**k that I’ll be in the crowd booing I know some top little spots where you sneak n and ting [sic].”
Source: Daily Star