The former Oasis frontman has appeared to share his views on the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s recent interview.
Liam Gallagher has hit out at the UK government over the suggestion that artists may have to adjust or retrain amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The music industry has been hit catastrophically since this year with no major gigs, festivals or events taking place in the UK since lockdown measures were enforced in March.
Now, the outspoken former Oasis frontman has appeared to respond to Rishi Sunak’s comments on ITV, which suggested there would be a “need to adapt” in the creative industry.
Taking to Twitter to disagree with the view that people in the arts may have to diversify and retrain to survive the pandemic, Gallagher began: “So the dopes in gov telling musicians and people in arts to retrain and get another job what and become massive c**** like you nah yer alright c’mon you know LG x”