Noel Gallagher: 'I read interviews with Liam when he slags me off in them'
High Flying Birds musician Noel Gallagher has admitted that he's more inclined to buy music magazines when his brother is on the front cover as he knows the accompanying interview will be an entertaining read.
Speaking to the NME, on which he graces the cover of this week's 60th anniversary edition, Noel explained that he's used to Liam speaking badly of him in professional situations so if he notices his brother on a front page he'll buy a copy of the publication just to see what he said:
"I buy NME when Liam's on the front – 'cos I know he'll be slagging me off. There was one point when Beady Eye was out, but I wasn’t doing anything, and Liam was on the cover of NME every few weeks, basically saying, 'Noel's a c**t.'"
He continued: "I'd go into the newspaper shop and me two Asian mates, they'd be reading it under counter. 'You come for this?' I'd see them wincing: 'It's not a good one…' 'I know.' 'I don’t think he likes you very much.' 'Yeah, I don't think he likes anyone very much.'"
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