Liam Gallagher hasn’t left the house in light of the coronavirus pandemic and has even ditched the pub for drinking his pints at home.
Urging his fans to also stay indoors, the 47-year-old Mancunian is distancing himself from the public but has confirmed he doesn’t have any signs of coronavirus.
The Beady Eye front man took to Twitter to check up on his loyal fanbase on March 16 and answered questions from his followers in a series of recent Q&As as he shacked up at home.
“Morning brothers n sisters just checking in to see how your all doing hope your all well LG x” he thoughtfully posted.
When asked if he was taking care of himself, the Wall Of Glass rocker explained that he hadn’t left his house but wasn’t about to let the pandemic stop him enjoying a proper pint.
“I’ve been having a bevvy indoors not left the house,” he wrote.
He also had an opinion on the current toilet roll shortage that appears to be blighting the country’s supermarkets, explaining that he thinks people fighting in shops and buying hundreds of loo rolls are simply “ridiculous.”
During this morning’s social media thread, the former Oasis singer admitted to concerned fans that his elderly mum Peggy is doing well and is being looked after by his extended family.
“There all good my mams got a big fam in mcr thanx for asking,” he reassured, as fans urged the Northerner to stay safe.
Liam’s home quarantine comes shortly after he revealed that his wedding plans to fiance Debbie Gwyther might have to be postponed as a result of the pandemic.
Liam and Debbie have been together for six years – with the Stop Crying Your Heart Out star popping the question last year whilst on Italy’s Amalfi Coast.
The couple had hoped to wed in Italy this summer, but as the sunny country continues to face a country-wide lockdown, those plans have been thrown into jeopardy.
Liam was also set to follow in the footsteps of his former band Oasis, and was confirmed to perform at Heaton Park this summer alongside several British festivals such as Leeds & Reading festival.
Like many popular music events set to take place this summer, Liam remains uncertain whether the gigs will go ahead.
In the meantime, however, the legendary musician has spent his days indoors listening to “These divs on tv about coronavirus.”
Liam joins a long list of musicians that have been urging fans to stay indoors recently in a bid to stop the spread of the virus.
The vocal alarm comes despite the British government appearing ‘complacent’ in the face of the outbreak, refusing to close schools and only advising self-quarantine if people show symptoms.
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