Liam Gallagher has yet to step foot outside since the coronavirus outbreak, but the singer has been passing the time by sending out a flurry of tweets on social media.
The rock n' roll star has been staying within his own four walls as a precautionary measure, and has taken to driving beers on his sofa instead of visiting his local boozer.
Taking to Twitter, the 47-year-old joked that he has been self-isolating from his brother Noel Gallagher for ten years as their bitter feud rages on.
Noel, 52, famously fell out with his younger sibling when he sensationally quit Oasis following a heated backstage argument at Rock en Seine in 2009.
Making a lighthearted quip about his non-existent friendship with his estranged brother, he wrote: "Me n Rkid have been self-isolating for 10 years c’mon a couple of months ain’t f**king hurt."
Liam, who suffers from Hashimoto's disease, an autoimmune disorder that can cause hypothyroidism, or underactive thyroid, told his followers he's not stepping foot outdoors because it's not good for him "to be out and about".
While Liam informed his 3.1million followers he's been enjoying beans on toast with his fiancé Debbie, many asked if his Heaton Park show in June is still going ahead.
The Mancunian musician recently pulled the plug on his Abu Dhabi concerts over coronavirus fears, and was also due to perform at Snowbombing festival, which has also been cancelled.
Fans have now expressed their concerns his sold-out homecoming gig in a few months' time also faces the same fate.
While he previously remained tight-lipped about his upcoming performance, he recently admitted to a fan they shouldn't get their hopes up.
One user asked: "Honest opinion Liam, do you think Heaton Park will be cancelled?"
"It’s not looking good is it," he responded.
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