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Liam Gallagher Claims To Cancel Culture And Dare Critics Try To Cancel Him Directly

The former Oasis and Beady Eye singer thinks musicians today give too much power to people trying to cut them off online and fears he’s the ‘ultimate rock star’

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Liam Gallagher has dared his critics to come to his house and unseat him in person instead of trying to start a campaign against him online.

The 49-year-old legend of Oasis thinks the music world is being held back by a cancellation culture – but he has issued a call to rally other musicians to tell critics are too sensitive to be stuffed. skull.

The rocker has been expanding the charts since the 1990s thanks in part to the popular band Oasis – which has been on hiatus since 2009, and then in his band Beady Eye, and as the a solo artist.

But Liam laments the early days of rock and roll candidly and now argues that today’s musicians are too scared to make a splash out of fear of cancellation – which he himself is not at all confused about.







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He told 2 Johnnies Podcast: “Are these people canceling you anyway?

“Like, f*** off. Unless they come to your house and say you’ve been cancelled.

“You will still do your bad, they don’t tell everyone, right? “

He went on to hint that he welcomes his critics to try and have a maxim about him and says one point of view shouldn’t overwhelm another.

“Cancellers are only talking to the world being canceled, they are not talking to everyone,” he said.







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“You can still go and do your gigs, there are people out there who will like what you have to say.

“Bring it on you the square!”

Liam then goes on to say that he thinks the music of today is a faded echo of the music that existed when he was hitting the charts in his heyday.

He thinks that modern singers are too sloppy, lack of opinion and conviction.

“Nobody really blew my mind if I was brutally honest,” he said.

“I hear that all the time but you don’t get that there has to be someone on the path to growth.

“I just think this world now, the world we live in, there’s a lot of people out there who are scared to say what they want, I’m sure they’re going to get canceled and all that.

“I don’t want to think of myself as the ultimate rock star, because that’s sad. I have a problem with a lot of bands these days who say ‘I’m an artist.’

“No, it’s not, you’re the geek in a band so shut up. All a bit pretentious, all talking about the artistry, the conduct of the man. ”







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Meanwhile, in a recent interview, Liam hinted he misses performing in Oasis and Beady Eye, now that he’s doing solo activities.

He told MOJO Magazine that solo is “as boring as f***, to be fair. I’d rather be in a band, all fighting. But as long as it sounds good, that’s all. chief.”

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