Liam Gallagher was clearly not a fan of Kanye West’s performance at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday night.
The 42-year-old singer did not seem to hold back his negative comments about the performance in a short and simple tweet that spoke volumes.
“Kanye West. Utter Sh*t. LG x”
Kanye West. Utter Shit. LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) February 26, 2015
Liam followed up his four-word tweet by implying that Kanye West’s music has drastically declined in quality since his 2004 album, College Dropout.
@kanyewest…And you’re a million miles away from College Dropout. That’s artistry. LG x — Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) February 26, 2015
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Kanye West performed his new song, “All Day,” after being introduced on stage by his wife, Kim Kardashian.
With numerous collaborators and backup performers surrounding him, according to Us Weekly, Kanye West revealed his new song to the rest of the world from the London 02 Arena as a last-minute performer for the awards show.
Kanye apparently kept the censorship team busy with the abundance of bleeps that were needed for the televised broadcast of the show. The expletive-filled lyrics of the song included 40 “n-words” and an “F-bomb.”
Within his relatively short tweets of criticism, Liam Gallagher was able to make headlines slamming Kanye West.
However, it did not take very long for the Oasis founder and lead vocalist to get slammed back on Twitter for his comments. Surprisingly, it was not Kanye West who retaliated against Liam — it was other fans and critics who found clever ways to fire back at him themselves.
Liam Gallagher is a full blown hater, let us pray
— petti labelle (@slicklikeagato) February 26, 2015
lmfao liam gallagher spokesperson for the folk who think africa is a country. — mi-mi. (@kcheersbye) February 26, 2015
your legacy is wonderwall, being a racist and arguing with your brother please don’t type ever again @liamgallagher
— petty davis (@accessforbidden) February 26, 2015
Some even targeted Liam’s music directly with their tweeted criticism – just like Liam did with Kanye West’s College Dropout album.
Liam Gallagher. Get back to me when you’ve released even one track as good as “Black Skinhead”. — Simon Price (@simon_price01) February 26, 2015
— Scott T. Sterling (@ststerling) February 26, 2015
Keep in mind that there were also people who defended Liam Gallagher by agreeing with his comments about Kanye.
Liam Gallagher first came into the public eye of the music industry as the lead vocalist of Oasis in the early 1990s. After Oasis split up in 2009, Liam started Beady Eye and stayed with that band until it disbanded in October of last year.
What do you think about Liam Gallagher’s criticism of Kanye West’s performance?
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