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10 July 2017, 13:46 | Updated: 10 July 2017, 13:49
The Wall Of Glass singer has slammed his estranged brother after he supported the Irish band at Twickenham Stadium this weekend.
Liam Gallagher has launched another tirade at his brother, Noel, suggesting he was given a lukewarm reception by U2 fans.
The Ballad Of The Mighty I singer supported the Irish band during their London dates from 8-9 June, and Liam was keen to let his followers know what he thought, writing: "Nothing worse than being blanked by the naffest fans in the world as you were beige boy LFUKING x".
Nothing worse than being blanked by the naffest fans in the world as you were beige boy LFUKING x— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) July 10, 2017
Liam was also keen to accuse his brother of once calling the band "corporate muck", adding: "Corporate muck rkid yousde to call U2 funny eh how many special people change as you were LG x"
Corporate muck rkid yousde to call U2 funny eh how many special people change as you were LG x— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) July 10, 2017
Liam's comments are no doubt a reaction to his brother's sly dig at at his turn of phrase, where he wrote a social post ahead of his show, signing out: "AS YOU WEREN'T".
We are pretty much ready. The tunes have been given a good polish. Everyone has been reacquainted. We have new members! We are very much looking forward to seeing old friends and maybe making some new ones but what we are most excited about is sampling the delights of The U2 Catering Experience... widely regarded as THE MOST superior catering experience anywhere in the music business..see you out front. AS YOU WEREN'T..KISS-KISS.. NG
Noel Gallagher paid tribute to the victims of the Manchester and London terror attacks, and those affected by the Grenfell fire, by returning to the stage to play Don't Look Back In Anger with the Irish band.
Watch the moving moment here:
His brother Liam previously performed the track for the first time ever at Glastonbury festival 2017, where he led the crowd at The Other stage in singing the track.
See our footage below:
U2 played the last of their two London shows last night (9 July), performing their The Joshua Tree album in full.
Watch them play the album's stirring opening track, Where The Streets Have Name:
The Dublin rockers ended their night with Acthung Baby ballad, One, with Bono asking for all the lights to be turned off as a sea of phones lit up the stadium.
Watch the unforgettable moment here: