Liam Gallagher brands brother Noel a sad little thing in row

Liam Gallagher says he has 'chilled' as he's gotten older

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After claiming that Noel Gallagher, 55, blocked Oasis’ songs from being played on documentary Knebworth 22, brother Liam Gallagher, 50, took to his Twitter account, which boasts 3.6 million followers to reply to fans. In some of his replies, he called out his brother, saying he had “little man syndrome” as well as calling him other names.

The string of messages attacking Noel started after one fan, who goes by the username Maxi asked if any Oasis songs would appear in the upcoming Knebworth documentary.

The documentary follows Liam’s return this year to the Hertfordshire venue to play two sell-out gigs, 26 years after the pair performed on the same stage whilst in Oasis.

In response to the fan, Liam wrote: “No Oasis songs as the angry squirt has blocked them.”

Express.co.uk has contacted Noel Gallagher’s representatives for comment.

Almost immediately fans flocked to the comments section, where Liam was still on hand to provide more detail into the relationship, or lack of, he has with his brother.

Another fan, Kay Fray, told Liam they were confused because Noel had praised him in a recent interview.

Quick to clear up the confusion Liam replied: “What Noel says and does are two different things. He’s a sad little dwarf.”

Another who asked why Noel had blocked the music from being used, Liam replied: “Cos he’s got little man syndrome.

“It’s the only bit of power he’s got left, he knows he’s coasting in the oblivious.”

Marc Edison, another fan who commented on the tweet, asked: “Is Noel Gallagher still a thing?”

To which Liam responded: “Yes a SAD LITTLE THING.”

In a final tweet, Liam said: “You can stop us using the songs but you can’t erase our memories shame on you Noel Gallagher.”

Gaining 39,500 tweets, interest in Liam and Noel’s relationship is still high ahead of the documentary’s release in cinemas on November 17.

The sibling rivalry between the Gallagher brothers stems back to the 1990s when the band Oasis were at the peak of their fame.

Back in 1995, the brothers were interviewed by journalist John Harris, which made its way into vinyl and CD.

The release, entitled Wibbling Rivalry, was “14 minutes of verbal mayhem” according to the blurb and had been recorded the previous year and cemented the brothers’ turbulent reputation in the minds of the public.

From there tension between the brothers evolved, with Liam pulling out of the band’s US tour in 1996. Then in 2000, after a concert in Spain was cancelled, Noel allegedly attacked Liam after he questioned the legitimacy of his daughter.

Noel officially leaves the band for the second time, and the band completed the rest of the European tour without him.

With a continuation of bad blood between the siblings, it wasn’t until August 2009 that the band split for good.

After preparing to go onstage at the Rock En Seine festival in Paris, an argument broke out, with Liam wielding Noel’s guitar around “like an axe”. Not only was the show cancelled, but the subsequent tour.

At the time Noel issued a statement saying: “It’s with some sadness and great relief to tell you that I quit Oasis tonight. People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer.”

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