Oasis frontman blasted by baby mamma

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LIAM Gallagher has been blasted by the mother of his daughter following his scathing rant about his brother Noel’s absence from the Manchester One Love gig.

Lisa Moorish waded into the row by defending Noel as a responsible dad and claiming Liam has never even met his daughter, The Sun reports.

Liam blasted Noel for relaxing on a luxury break in Italy with his family instead of performing at the charity concert for the Manchester bombing victims, telling him: “Get on a f***ing plane”.

Lisa, who dated Liam in the ’90s, has now waded into the feud by claiming Noel did not cut short his break as he was spending time with his kids, as well as Liam’s daughter Molly.

In a tweet which has now been deleted, she wrote: “Maybe he’s busy looking after his kids and the daughter you’ve never even met! AS YOU WERE x LM.”

Lisa also added a picture of Molly, 20, with her uncle Noel on Instagram, writing: “Uncle Noel @themightyi with my beautiful girl @mollymoorish #FAMILYFIRST.”


media_cameraLisa Moorish with her daughter, Molly Gallagher. Picture: David M. Benett/Getty Images for GAP

Liam and Lisa dated during the height of his fame with Oasis and they welcomed daughter Molly in 1998.

Molly is Liam’s eldest child and he is also dad to sons Lennon, 17, with Patsy Kensit and Gene, 15, with Nicole Appleton.

In 2014 it was revealed he had a two-year-old daughter Gemma, who he had never met, and fathered with US journalist Liza Ghorbani.

It comes after Liam apologised for Noel’s no-show at the One Love Manchester tribute gig last night in a string of sweary tweets, blasting his former bandmate as a “sad f***”.

He ranted: “Noels out of the f***ing country weren’t we all love get on a f***ing plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad f***.”


media_cameraLiam Gallagher (left) and Chris Martin perform at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. Picture: AFP/Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester

Liam had flown in from Germany to perform at the gig where he belted out Oasis hits in front of thousands of fans after hugging ex-rival Chris Martin from Coldplay.

Before the song started, Liam told fans: “Right, I want to dedicate this song to the beautiful people who were killed and injured in the Manchester terror attack.”

Liam once labelled Coldplay a “bunch of students” and compared frontman Chris to a “geography teacher”.

Noel was pictured on a luxury holiday with wife Sara MacDonald in Postiano, Italy, the day before the concert.

The star looked healthy and relaxed as he chilled on a sun-bed on Saturday with a drink before lounging on a yacht in the Italian sunshine.


media_cameraNoel Gallagher (left) was pictured with his wife Sara MacDonald in Italy the day before the concert. Picture: David M. Benett/Getty Images for Kent & Curwen

Noel’s reps told The Mirror that he was on holiday over the weekend, adding: “Sadly Noel will not be at the concert this weekend. He’s been out of the country on a longstanding family trip since before the concert was announced and is unable to attend. Needless to say he is very supportive of the event and wishes everyone huge success on the day.”

Before the gig, Liam had been filmed sticking up his middle finger at terrorists defiantly saying: “F*** ISIS”. The 15-second clip had been taken on a private jet with Liam’s entourage on-board.

A voice can be heard saying: “Here’s Jesus” before Liam raises a finger to the terror group.

It was shared last night on Twitter with the caption: “Liam Gallagher “F*** ISIS right? F*** ISIS.”


media_cameraSinger Liam Gallagher (second left) and his musician brother Noel (second right) are flanked by fellow members of their band Oasis. Picture: Supplied

Ariana Grande organised the gig in Manchester to raise money for those affected by the Manchester terror attack.

Star performers including Take That, Robbie Williams, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Little Mix, the Black Eyed Peas, Usher and Katy Perry gathered in a show of solidarity in the wake of the bombing — and last night’s atrocity in London.

Twenty-two people were killed and more than 100 injured when suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated an explosive in the foyer of the Manchester Arena at the end of Ariana’s concert on May 22.

This story originally appeared in The Sun and has been republished here with permission.

Originally published as Oasis frontman blasted by baby mamma



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