Liam Gallagher maybe in a war of words with his brother Noel, but the former Oasis fronting showed true class recently and helped his did hard fans by granting them a VIP all access pass to his latest Irish gig.
The former Beady Eye singer who has his fair share of critics didn’t hesitate to help a group of young Irish fans in Dublin when he decided to grant them access despite them having no tickets.
Gallagher’s gracious moment generosity came when the group of young men approached his vehicle after they decided to get a closer glimpse of the singer.
Although they were just happy to see him the group did apologise for their intrusion but explained why they did so, with one member of the group saying: “Unfortunately Liam, we couldn’t get tickets to your show – so this is the only place we can see you.”
However as the singer’s security team sprung into action ushering Gallagher away from the crowd, the 90s indie icon stopped them and proceeded to ask the group why they didn’t have tickets.
But rather than leave it be and be on his way Gallagher decided to tell one of the lads to write down his full name plus 5 to make it onto the VIP guestlist.
Watch the kind gesture below: