Liam Gallagher's camp deny he called his brother a "sell out"

23 November 2015, 14:56 | Updated: 24 November 2015, 11:32

Liam and Noel Gallagher

His representatives say reports he called Noel a sell out are "categorically untrue"

UPDATE: According to the Independent, Liam Gallagher's camp have said the claims are "categorically untrue" and that Liam has "never referred to his brother as a sell out."

Earlier today on Monday 23 November, we wrote:

Liam Gallagher has reportedly branded his brother Noel a "sell out" for allowing his Oasis track to be used on this year's John Lewis advert.

The Noel Gallagher-penned track, Half The World Away, features on the store's latest festive campaign, which is sung by Norwegian star Aurora.

According to The Mirror, Noel's estranged brother and former bandmate Liam isn't impressed with the ad and has called his brother "shameless."

"He’s told mutual friends and family that Noel is a sell-out, and even joked that he won’t be welcome in the local pub near their mum’s house, J J Finan’s – not that he can enforce that! 

"He accused Noel of being shameless for letting John Lewis use the track, and has told family he doesn’t want the pair's [Christmas] visit to cross over".