Liam Gallagher creates Twitter frenzy with Oasis reunion tweets

Liam Gallagher creates Twitter frenzy with Oasis reunion tweets

By myclever™ Agency

Liam Gallagher, lead vocalist of Oasis, who disbanded in 2009 has been causing havoc on Twitter by posting cryptic tweets hinting of the bands reunion.

The star sent out six tweets yesterday morning an hour apart spelling out the bands name and finishing with “OASIS LG”.

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The rocker is known for his controversial and disorderly behaviour in the tabloids and even filed a lawsuit against his brother and band member Noel Gallagher for libel, after Noel accused Liam of pulling out of their headlining set at V Festival in 2009 due to a hangover.

Yet earlier this year it was reported that they’d ended their feud after both attending a family wedding and were in fact planning on opening a bar together with their mother!

After the news that the 5-year cold relationship had ended, the bands original guitarist Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs revealed he could see the band getting back together in January’s NME Magazine:

“If someone said, ‘Here’s a field, here’s a stage and here’s 200,000 people,’ I’m sure Liam would jump up and do it, and I don’t think it would even take anyone offering him a massive bankroll of money. He’d do it because that’s what he loves, that’s his passion.”

Now the public ask whether the rumours of Oasis reuniting could actually become a reality and not just a pipe dream. Liam even stirred bookmakers after his Twitter disturbance, with Paddy Power tweeting: “Betting now suspended on #Oasis to play Glastonbury” – with many people hoping that they will fill an open headlining act at this years Glastonbury festival. A perfect marketing tactic for Glastonbury who’s ticket re-sell opens just days after Liam’s tweets on Sunday the 27th April.

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Liam now has over 835 thousand followers yet only actually follows five Twitter accounts himself including two Oasis based news accounts.

Fans all over the world are hoping Oasis may follow in the footsteps of the band’s good friends The Stone Roses, who performed a reunion tour back in 2012. After yesterdays Twitter madness I’m sure if they do, and when they do, the world will know about it even before Noel does.

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