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Noel Gallagher Refers To Adele’s ‘S**t’ Songs As ‘Offensive’

The former Oasis singer, called Adele’s back catalogue of songs “f***ing s**t”. He also announced that he finds her career “offensive” and explained the ways he believes the music icon can improve.

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NO stranger to condemning female pop stars, Noel Gallagher has now reignited his fight with award-winning Adele with some unsolicited feedback on her music. In an expletive-ridden angry outburst, Noel compared the global icon with the late Cilla Black.

The former Oasis singer, called Adele’s back catalogue of songs “f***ing s**t”. He also announced that he finds her career “offensive” and explained the ways he believes the music icon can improve.

Even though he expressed his lack of tolerance for Adele’s songs, Noel suggested that he would be writing new songs for both Adele and Lewis Capaldi.

“If I fall out of love with touring, I could see myself just sitting at home writing songs and sending them to my publishers,” Noel said, adding, “I might in the future. I’ll be saying, ‘Get Adele to sing that. Don’t call until she’s done the guide vocal.’ I want Lewis Capaldi to murder this song, I want him to s**t on it from a great height. Make me rich.”

At present, Adele is one of the best-selling musicians of all time. Four of her albums have hit the Number One spot on the charts and earned 120million record sales the world over.

This isn’t the first time that Noel has slammed Adele’s music.

In 2015, during an interview with Music Feeds, Noel was asked about the chart-topper. “If someone wants to know what I think of Adele, I’ll f****** tell them,” he replied. “I just don’t see what all the fuss is about. I don’t like her music. I think it’s music for f****** grannies,” he added.

Noel’s latest dig comes after he referred to The 1975’s Matty Healy as a “slack-jawed f***wit” after the singer called for an Oasis reunion.

“What are Oasis doing? Can you imagine? Being in, potentially, right now, still, the coolest band in the world, and not doing it because you’re in a hard with your brother,” Healy asked during a CBC interview.

“Do you know what I mean? I can deal with them dressing like they’re in their twenties, and being in their fifties, but acting like they’re in their twenties? They need to grow up.”

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