Liam Gallagher is bizarrely beefing with the last person you'd expect

Liam Gallagher is bizarrely beefing with the last person you'd expect

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Alongside being famous for not getting on well with brother and former Oasis band mate Noel, Liam Gallagher is well known for his unusual posting style on Twitter/X - and now he’s found himself in an online spat with the most unlikeliest of individuals.

After Crystal Palace beat Liverpool 1-0 on Sunday, a day after his favourite team Manchester City scored a 5-1 win over Luton Town, Gallagher took to Twitter to celebrate in a typically bizarre fashion.

“Liverpool are f***ing s*** da da da da da yurgon [sic] Klopps a f***ing tit Jamie caragss [sic] crying hard da da da da man city are the f***ing b**** as you were terry Barry Gary Larry Harry LG x,” he wrote.

And this typo and expletive-ridden post caught the attention of Stephen Tries (real name Stephen Lawson), a comedian with over one million subscribers and a friend of YouTube supergroup, the Sidemen.

“Can tell your brother wrote the songs,” he quipped, in a reply which currently has double the likes Gallagher’s initial post has.

Gallagher soon clapped back: “I sang then [sic] bellend.”

Picking up on his misspelling, Stephen replied: “Not heard that one.”

“Your teams [sic] bottled it lad,” wrote Gallagher.

Rounding off the conversation, Stephen joked: “You were jealous of John from S Club 7 and we both know it.”


And Twitter/X couldn’t believe the unusual crossover either:

Gallagher has since continued to hype up Manchester City, with his pinned tweet now reading: “To all you LFC fans giving me verbals I love it bring it on just remember I’m up there with your beloved Bill Shankley I have achieved I’ve won things your little memes won’t win you trebles or a residency at KNEBWORTH so sit down MCFC LG x.”

Can’t say we’ve ever seen someone boast about Knebworth in all capitals, but there you go.

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