NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Wednesday, February 24, 2016, 8:15 PM
Liam Gallagher had some choice words about the music industry after the Brit awards.
Guess, he is looking back in anger.
Superstars like Justin Bieber and One Direction walked away winners at Wednesday’s Brit Awards but bad boy rocker Liam Gallagher had a few choice words — and curses — to share on the British music scene.
The Oasis singer, who isn’t usually very vocal on social media, took to Twitter soon after the awards to condemn the industry.
“Music in the UK has been abducted by massive c—- THE END,” he wrote.
“Thank f— I got out when I got out,” he continued.
The 43-year-old’s spin-off Oasis band, Beady Eye, disbanded in 2014.
Almost an hour after his harsh critique, the British singer came back with a nonsensical tweet and an apparent diss at Coldplay.
Given the state of the British music scene, the boy bander said he was happy he wasn’t performing anymore.
“I’m only f—– -with you cats viva la mind WJPG 21.9.72 son of Margaret boy with the blues,” he wrote, ending his tirade.
Coldplay, did in fact win at the award show, which they also opened for.
The recent Super Bowl performers nabbed the title of best British group, making them the top winning band in the ceremony’s history.
Fellow British chart-topping singer, Adele, was also a multiple winner with four awards.
Adele got emotional during her multiple wins throughout the night.
“To come back after so long away and be so warmly received means so much,” she told the audience.
The queen of the night used one of her acceptance speeches to join Kesha’s growing list of star crusaders after the “Tik Tok” artist’s crushing court verdict last week against her alleged rapist and producer.
After thanking her label for “for embracing the fact that I’m a woman,”she added “I’d also like to take this moment to publicly support Kesha.”
Moments later, the Grammy winner became emotional, briefly breaking down as she scored the global success award.
“ I’m honestly … oh God, sorry … you’re probably getting f—ing bored of me anyway,” the crying star said.
“I honestly can’t tell you – I said it earlier – but to come back … I got really lost for awhile; I didn’t know if I’d ever come back, but for you all to be so kind to me,” she continued, before thanking the important people in her life.
The mega successful 25-year-old later poked fun at her “ugly cry face.”
During her big night, there was no repeat of her Grammys malfunction as she closed the night with “When We Were Young.”
Also performing at the star studded event was Lorde who delivered a touching tribute to David Bowie with a cover of “Like on Mars?” which earned a standing ovation.
After bowing out of the Grammys, Rihanna did her first live performance for “Anti.”
Rounding out the award show — which comes days before Oscar night — was the first live performance from Rihanna, with material from her new album “Anti.”
Surprise guest, and former flame, Drake joined her on stage for their hit “Work” and the spectacle was just as steamy as their music video.
With News Wire Services