Liam Gallagher Calls Out Brother Noel for Skipping One Love Manchester Concert

Rebecca Barbier
Junho 9, 2017

After the concert, Liam took to social media to express his gratitude to the people of Manchester, as well as address his brother's absence.

"Manchester id like to apologise for my brothers absence last night very disappointed stay attractive stay safe LG x", he began on Twitter early Monday.

He continued taking a jab at his brother and wrote, "Oh and if anybody's seen rkid tell him he can come out now as you were LG x".

He then apologised to the city for his brother's absence, adding: "Very disappointed stay attractive stay safe LG x".

Liam Gallagher has surprised the audience at the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert, with a unexpected performance. Liam wrote tweeted out that his brother chose to stay on a family vacation in Italy instead of performing.

However, instead Liam performed with Coldplay's Chris Martin.

Sunday's benefit raised £2m for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, bringing the total amount to £10m.

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Evidently overcome with emotion after the show, he took to Twitter to praise the "pure love vibrations" from an unbelievable night...and then lay into his brother for deigning not to appear.

While even football legend Rio Ferdinand said: "Where is Noel at?" The Wonderwall singer was delighted to play at the concert, which also featured performances from Ariana, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Oasis' fellow Manchester natives Take That. "It's about people helping other people and he's once again shown his true f****** colours".

He went on to acknowledge that Noel's inability to attend the event had been made known ahead of the show, saying, "Everyone knew in advance you couldn't be there physically, so thank you for being there in spirit and lending us those incredible songs".

However, Chris Martin did take the stage alongside Liam, who has previously had not very nice things to say about the Coldplay frontman, having once said he "looks like a geography teacher" and, "I don't hate them, I don't wish they had accidents".

We stand with you, Manchester.

"He's changed, as a person". I'm not putting the blame on him but he's the one who doesn't want it. "He's part of the establishment", he told a crowd.

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