The singer, who is now part of the High Flying Birds since his Oasis departure in 2009, was asked in a Rolling Stone interview what he thought about Malik leaving One Direction. Although he has never met the now solo artist, he had some advice to give him.
"I'd say, '[expletive] get a good accountant because life is very [expletive] long,'" said the English guitarist.
Gallagher criticized Malik's reasoning to leave the group, which was based on an his urge to feel like a normal 22-year-old.
"You can be [expletive] anything that moves and gettin' paid half a million dollars a week, you [expletive] idiot. You want to be a normal 22-year-old? Have you met any normal 22-year-olds? They're [expletive] shit-for-brains," he said.
When Malik first left the band in March, he told The Sun, "It is crazy and wild and a bit mad, but at the same time I've never felt more in control in my life. And I feel like I'm doing what's right -- right by myself and right by the boys, so I feel good."
Even so, the last bit of a career advice the outspoken singer left Malik with was this: "You might have wanted to be a normal 22-year-old, but you won't want to be a normal 25-year-old."