22 November 2015

Liam Gallagher Brands Brother Noel A 'Sell-Out'

One of their many brotherly disputes brought an end to the band that made them famous.

But it seems that Liam Gallagher is ready to fall out with brother Noel again, after he branded him a 'sell-out' for allowing one of Oasis' songs to be used in the John Lewis Christmas ad.
Having allowed the band's track, Half The World Away, to be used by the shopping giant for their latest festive ad campaign, the 43-year-old singer is furious with his elder brother.

The song, which Noel penned for the band's album, The Masterplan, has been re-recorded for John Lewis' Man On The Moon campaign.

And despite not having played a part in penning the hit, Liam is irate that his brother has allowed the band's song to be used - even going as far as to ban him from their local pub in the family's native Ireland.

One friend of the singer's, according to the Daily Mirror, said: 'Liam has been making his usual snidey remarks about the song being on the John Lewis advert.

'He's told mutual friends and family that Noel is a sell-out, and even joked that he won't be welcome in the local pub near their mum's house, J J Finan's - not that he can enforce that!'

The MailOnline has contacted representatives for both Liam and Noel for comment, but has yet to receive a reply.

The brothers who hail from Manchester - had both been expected to pay a visit to their mother Peggy's hometown of Charlestown, County Mayo, Ireland over the festive period.

But following the release of the Christmas ad campaign which saw Scandinavian singer Aurora cover the Oasis hit, Liam has declared he doesn't want to see his brother during the festive season.

'He accused Noel of being shameless for letting John Lewis use the track, and has told family he doesn't want the pair's visit to cross over,' the source added.
The outspoken star has never been afraid of voicing his opinion on anything, and Liam's apparently fiery response to his brother's decision will come as no surprise to fans of the Brit-pop brothers.

Equally as famous for their squabbling as for their musical ability, Liam and Noel's fractious relationship led to his older brother leaving Oasis in 2009 following an altercation backstage at a festival.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

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