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Liam Gallagher: My brother Noel's a 'potato'

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Liam Gallagher: My brother Noel's a 'potato'

Liam Gallagher has reignited his "potato" feud with Noel Gallagher.

The former Oasis star likened his older sibling to the starchy food in a string of bizarre messages on Twitter on Saturday (09.07.16).

Captioning two different photos of the 49-year-old musician, he simply wrote: "POTATO (sic)"

And these messages are not the first time Liam has likened his brother to the carbohydrate-filled food, having recently called Noel a "pouting potato".

Responding to the last lot of comments made about him, Noel said previously: "That's so unlike him. I guess it's about him staying relevant. If you're him, what else is there to tweet about? How his spring/summer collections are doing for his clothing firm? I'm not sure that warrants a tweet. Should he ever climb out of the 'Where are they now?' basket and grant you an interview, ask him. I'm sure you'll get a typically f***ing surreal answer."

Meanwhile, Liam's Twitter posts come only days after Liam claimed Noel is "too busy being beige" for an Oasis reunion.

In a series of tweets, he wrote: "Listen up no oasis reunion Rkids not into it I am hes to busy being beige new sounds on there way stay cool and most of all relevant LG x ...

"Not into jumping onto something that happened 20 years ago it was your idea you massive potato who you trying to kid mr showbizz ...

"If I was desperate to get oasis back I wouldn't be destroying your so called GOD on this ere Twitter no cap in hand MAN YANA LG x (sic)"

And the chance of a reunion is growing more and more unlikely after Noel previously revealed there is only a "one per cent" chance of reuniting the group - who disbanded in 2009 - as he doesn't need the money.

Asked if they will reform, he previously said: "Oh one, there's a one per cent chance it might happen, but I don't think so.

"There would have to be extraordinary circumstances, cause I wouldn't do it artistically, I don't need the money, I don't need the record sales. I can't think of a reason that I would look to do that. What would be the point? I don't know. I don't see what the point would be."