Gal­lagher rag­ing af­ter shop­keeper re­fuses to sell him cig­a­rettes with­out ID

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Liam Gal­lagher is rag­ing af­ter a shop­keeper ID’d him for cig­a­rettes. The 44-year-old rock star loves to let off steam on Twit­ter and has rushed to the so­cial me­dia site to rage about a dili­gent shop as­sis­tant who re­fused to sell the re­stricted packet of cig­a­rettes un­less the singer proved his age. He fumed: “I’ve just been told I can’t buy cigs un­less I got ID im 44 has the world gone mad (sic)” The for­mer Oa­sis star usu­ally signs off his mono­logues with “LG” and a kiss to his fans and one ea­gle-eyed fol­lower noted that he must have been very an­gry be­cause he for­got the nicety this time. One replied: “You had to be re­ally mad be­cause You for­got about “LG x”. Take care of You, Li­amie.(sic)” Another quoted the ti­tle of Oa­sis’ 1995 hit and quipped: “Just roll with it mate, don’t look back in anger(sic)” Just last month, the singer re­vealed he is guilty of drunk tweet­ing. Talk­ing to Chris­tian O’Con­nell on Ab­so­lute Ra­dio about his love for the site, he said: “Oh mate, Twit­ter is the best thing be­cause ob­vi­ously I have a love-hate re­la­tion­ship with the press and that. I like putting a few wrongs right, or just hav­ing a crack - It’s all fun isn’t it? I don’t wish any­one any harm.” In­sist­ing it would be “bor­ing” with­out hav­ing the so­cial network to vent his frus­tra­tions, he added: “If it’s all doc­u­mented and ro­botic it would be bor­ing, but yeah I do tweet and drink. Yeah, ‘I’m hav­ing a drink, so ex­cuse the next tweet.’ I do like Twit­ter man, it’s good. It’s good stuff.” Liam says other mu­si­cians are too “pet­ri­fied” of ru­in­ing their ca­reers to say any­thing con­tro­ver­sial or any­thing that would put some­one out of joint on­line. He said: “I think ev­ery­one’s pet­ri­fied of los­ing their ca­reer or what­ever. You don’t join a band to get a ca­reer, you join a band to have fun and make mu­sic.”

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