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Oasis' Noel Gallagher Takes Swipe At James Blunt & Welsh People

Saturday, 06 May 2006 Written by Stereoboard.com
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Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher has hit out at James Blunt, Welsh people and his brother Liam.

Gallagher attacked Blunt over the amount of money he has earned over the past year, while he also has a dig at Welsh people for that accent and Liam for a lack of a sense of humour.


Speaking in a recent interview Noel said, "Did you see the rich list? I wasn't in it for third year running, James Blunt has supposedly got nine million quid. Right. He's only been going a year! I've been going 12."

He joked: "I've spent a lot on sweets but I should have more than nine million quid in the bank."

On to the subject of Welsh people, Gallagher fused, "The ones you meet in London are all right but the real ones are a nightmare. For starters you can't understand a word they say."

He then went on to have a swipe at brother Liam, saying: "For a guy who is probably one of the funniest people you will ever meet, he actually has no sense of humour. He's never told a funny joke in his life."

"When you take the piss he has this weird look on his face, like a dog having a...you get the picture."





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