Lewis Capaldi says Liam and Noel need to reform Oasis if they want to “eradicate” him from the charts
Lewis Capaldi has sent a message to the Gallagher brothers amid an ongoing battle with Noel over their differing styles.
For months now Capaldi and Noel Gallagher have been trading blows with the former Oasis man not mincing his words when it comes to the Scotsman’s artistic output. Capaldi, though, seemingly unfazed, keeps batting off the not-so-subtle digs with a series of different pranks.
Now though, as he was appearing on Radio X and being interviewed by Maz Tappuni, Capaldi turned the war of words into a competitive battle as he told Gallagher to reform Oasis if he is so desperate to knock him off the charts.
Capaldi said: “Both of you probably don’t like my music, and wouldn’t you love to see me not be in the charts?” addressing both Gallagher brothers. “If you guys got back together and do an Oasis album repackage, you’ll knock me out the charts for sure. And look, you probably don’t like that I’m in the… I mean, Noel, for one, you don’t like the tunes my man, you don’t like them. And Liam, I mean, look, you probably don’t like them either so if you guys want to eradicate me from popular music what you’re going to have to do is get together and reform. I’ll see you there.”