Liam Gallagher Calls Noel's Emotional Manchester Gig a "PR Stunt"

Liam Gallagher Calls Noel's Emotional Manchester Gig a "PR Stunt"
​Noel and Liam Gallagher's mom is sick of her sons' constant feuding, but that isn't stopping the Oasis brothers from lashing out at each other. Last night (September 9), Noel played a "We Are Manchester" charity show at Manchester Arena (the site of this spring's horrifying bombing at an Ariana Grande concert), and Liam called the appearance a "PR stunt."

Last night's event was the first show at the venue since the bombing this past spring. At the gig, Noel played Oasis' 1996 hit "Don't Look Back in Anger" and wiped tears from his eyes, apparently overwhelmed by emotion. (That song has become a local anthem in the wake of the terrorist attack.)

Liam didn't buy it, however, since he took to Twitter to say that Noel "doesn't give a fuck" and is exploiting the tragedy as a PR stunt. His scornful tweets were as follows: This isn't the first Liam has slammed Noel over the Manchester bombing. Back in June, he called his bruv a "sad fuck" for not attending Ariana Grande's "One Love Manchester" benefit show.

Now might be a good time for the Gallaghers to let bygones be bygones, since the focus of last night's concert should really be the tragic bombing rather than the brothers' silly bickering. It doesn't look like that's going to happen anytime soon, however.