AceShowbiz - Liam Gallagher has branded people involved in cancel culture as "f**king squares". The rocker has hit out at certain social media campaigns and insisted they should "f*** off" unless they can back themselves up in person.
Speaking on the "2 Johnnies Podcast", the former Oasis member ranted, "Who the f*** are these people canceling you, anyway? Like, f*** off. Unless they come around to your house and say you're canceled. You're still going to do your f**king thing, they don't speak for everyone, do they?"
He went on to say, "The canceling people just speak for the canceled world, they don't f**king speak for everyone. You can still go and do your gig, there are people out there who are going to like what you've got to say. Bring it f**king on you f**king squares!"
The "Wonderwall" rocker also shrugged off the idea he's the last great rock star, insisting that would be a "f**king sad" state of affairs. He said, "I hear that all the time but you can't be, there's got to be someone on the way up now. I just think this world now, the world we're living in, there's a lot of people out there who are scared to say what they want, I'm sure they'd get canceled and all that tackle. I'd hate to think I was the last rock star, 'cause that's just f**king sad."
Meanwhile, the 49-year-old star, whose new album "C'Mon You Know" drops this month, also called out "pretentious" bands for taking themselves too seriously. He added, "I have got a problem with a lot of these bands today who go, 'I'm an artist.' No you're f**king not, you're a geezer in a band so shut the f**k up."
"They're all a bit pretentious, they're all talking about the artistry, behave men. 'Come to my show.' It's a gig man," he added.