‘I love and adore him’: Liam Gallagher reveals backstory to him winding up young Manchester United fan during Manchester City’s FA Cup triumph at Wembley
Liam Gallagher has revealed the backstory to him winding up a young Manchester United fan during Manchester City’s FA Cup triumph at Wembley today.
The former Oasis singer, 50, had fans in stitches after he was spotted seemingly rubbing salt in the wounds of the young boy as his club City conquered their rivals.
Speaking out on Twitter, Liam has since explained that the boy was in fact his friend’s child who he is very fond of.
‘The young lad I was apparently antagonising was my mate’s kid who I was consoling he’s a Utd fan I love and adore him we’re not all c****,’ he wrote.
Liam Gallagher, 50, was spotted seemingly winding up a young Manchester United fan today during Manchester City’s FA Cup triumph at Wembley
Speaking out on Twitter, Liam has since explained the boy was in fact his friend’s child who he is very fond of
The former Oasis singer had fans in stitches after he was spotted seemingly rubbing salt in the wounds of the young boy as his club City conquered their rivals
Fans watching on BBC were shocked and in stitches at Gallagher’s behaviour, according to The Sun.
One person said: ‘Liam Gallagher proper legend.’
Another commented: ‘Liam Gallagher s****housing a kid.’
Another person tweeted: ‘Lad loves it haha.’
It comes as a Manchester City supporter was seen punching YouTuber IShowSpeed during the final today.
The internet star was in attendance for Wembley’s clash and was livestreaming himself watching the match from the stands.
All was going well until, midway through the first-half, a City supporter appeared to punch the streamer during his broadcast.
Prince William was also in attendance at today’s match and was seen shaking hands with finalists.
William and Marcus Rashford were reunited ahead of final clash – two years after William awarded the footballer his MBE.
Fans in stitches at Liam’s behaviour at the match took to Twitter to share their thoughts
The star was spotted making fun of the child which he has now explained he loves and adores
Liam’s brother Noel Gallagher (left) recently revealed there will be no Oasis reunion next year but there will be a new album from the band
The Prince of Wales – who is the president of the Football Association – greeted every player, match official, and both managers one-by-one ahead of kick-off at Wembley this afternoon.
Singer Liam’s appearance comes after the singer was seen arriving with his lookalike sons Lennon and Gene Gallagher at the Mulberry party at The Audley in London at the end of May.
His brother Noel Gallagher recently revealed there will be no Oasis reunion next year – after rumours of a possible reconciliation swirled around the internet.
However, it was reported that there will be a new album from the band.
The musician, 55, previously said his estranged brother Liam, 50, could ‘give me a ring’ and put their years of feuding behind them in order to take to the stage together once more.
Oasis split in 2009 after a backstage bust-up between arch-nemesis siblings Liam and Noel at their final concert in Paris, France.