Liam Gallagher calls Noel ‘sad little dwarf' with 'little man syndrome'
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Liam Gallagher has taken to Twitter to hurl insults on his brother, Noel, again.
The Greedy Soul singer may be 50 years old, but unlike my mum who stills calls the iPad the 'iPlayer' and barely knows how to send a picture over WhatsApp, Gallagher is a whizz at smashing out a few demeaning tweets.
There's nothing like a bit of brotherly love eh?
Aside from persistently flooding his Twitter with posts which simply read, 'Bumbaclart,' Liam has also used the social media platform persistently take aim at Noel.
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One fan asked Liam whether or not any Oasis songs will feature in his new Knebworth documentary.
Liam has since responded.
Once again, unfortunately for Oasis fans, their hopes and dreams have been squashed as Liam confirmed none of the duo's hit songs will be allowed to feature in the documentary.
"No Oasis songs as the angry squirt has blocked them he also blocked the Oasis I sang for Taylor Hawkins tribute he’s a horrible little man," the musician explained.
A fan was left outraged, calling Noel's refusal 'maddening' and a surprise given he was 'praising [Liam] on his last interview'. "The doc will still be excellent tho," they commented.
Liam responded: "What he says and does are 2 different things he’s a sad little dwarf."
Liam resolved his brother has denied him the right to include any Oasis songs in the doc because 'it's the only bit of power he's got left'.
"He knows he’s coasting into the oblivious," he said.
Liam's followers have also jumped on the bandwagon of slagging off Noel.
One wrote: "Is Noel Gallagher still a thing?"
"Yes a SAD LITTLE THING," Liam replied.
Another Twitter user wrote: "Little fella can block his fabulous tunes , but he cannot block our Biblical memories from Knebworth 22 C’mon."
Liam responded: "Exactly."
However, some questioned how Liam has been able to use the songs before but not now.
"You could use them for Rockfield but not this? You can release live albums with the songs on (which you’re presumably making more £ from) but not this? Weird," one said.
Another alleged: "He banned them from use on As It Was as well. This might be more of a hurdle given it’s a film about a gig rather than a tour that included a lot of Oasis songs."
Although a final resolved: "You are the only one who puts the Oasis flag at the top, he just wants to lower it to his height."
Liam's language and branding of his brother as a 'small angry dwarf' follows after the star called out Noel for his comments about people with disabilities at Glastonbury festival - comments branded as 'vile' by disability charity Scope.
LADbible has contacted Noel Gallagher for comment.