Noel Gallagher thinks his brother Liam is ''obsessed'' with him, but insists he doesn't mind because it helps him sell records.
Noel Gallagher thinks his brother Liam is ''obsessed'' with him.
The 50-year-old rocker has been feuding with his younger sibling since their band Oasis split in 2009, and has now said he thinks Liam's frequent Twitter rants prove how much he cares for his brother, although he worries the 'Wall of Glass' singer is ''intoxicated'' by social media.
Noel said: ''He's obsessed, as lots of people are. There's not enough hours in the day for me to get through the s**t that I've got to get through. I don't know where he finds the time to sit on the f***ing ... on Twitter. But it's clearly intoxicating for him.''
The 'Holy Mountain' musician doesn't mind that Liam, 45, constantly talks about him though, as he gets paid whenever Liam performs and Oasis song that Noel wrote at one of his concerts.
He added: ''I look at it philosophically. I'm here doing my thing, he's out there also doing my thing. You know, he's promoting my records, and as long as he keeps filling out the little form at the end of every gig, ticking off the songs that I wrote, it's all good.''
Noel also joked that he finds Liam's level of ''obsession'' to be ''creepy''.
Speaking to Noisey during a Facebook Live chat on Wednesday (15.11.17), Noel said: ''I mean, you know, it's nice to be loved and all that, but don't obsess over me. That's kinda creepy.''
Meanwhile, Noel previously claimed Liam should seek help for his ''anger'' problem, and suggested the star attend ''therapy''.
He said: ''The other stuff with Liam is f***ing crazy, because that other fella seems very angry about something and no one is quite sure what it is.
''But if someone does please let me know. I think he needs therapy, I think he needs a psychiatrist.''
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