Liam Gallagher rules out solo album
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has angrily stated he won't be releasing a solo album in a random, angry Twitter outburst
Liam Gallagher has ruled out releasing a solo album.
In a random outburst on Twitter, the former Oasis frontman angrily stated he would not make an LP on his own because he is "not a ****".
The unprompted tweet, which was posted in the early hours of Monday morning (04.01.16), read: "Solo record are you f***ing tripping d***head im not a **** LG X (sic)"
The outburst was preceded by a cryptic message written by the 43-year-old singer which stated: "Excuse me sir has your dog been at your passport why you jealous fatty LG X"
Oasis split in 2009 when Liam's older brother Noel Gallagher walked out on the group following a furious backstage bust-up with his sibling.
Noel, 48, went on to release two critically and commercially successful solo albums under the name Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, while Liam formed new band Beady Eye with fellow former Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock.
After releasing two albums they disbanded in October 2014.
Since then Liam has not unveiled any new music but was rumoured to be working on new material with The La's singer/songwriter Lee Mavers last year.
It was revealed last month the 'Wonderwall' singer is keen to reform Oasis with Noel in court papers submitted as evidence for his recent divorce from ex-wife Nicole Appleton.
The papers stated Liam "would like" to get Oasis back together but the proposition is "unlikely" at this time.
Judge O'Dwyer revealed in his settlement ruling: "[Liam] says there are no plans to reform and, although he would like to do so, he does not anticipate there is a possibility currently of any such reform.
"Although he expressly would like to re-enter the music business, currently he says there is no prospect of that."