Liam Gallagher brand brothers Noel ‘sad’ as pair argue over £100m Oasis reunion

Liam Gallagher has responded to his brother's latest tweet about an Oasis reunion – and it's not a positive comment.

Earlier this week, Noel Gallagher refuted claims he, along with Liam had been offered a £100million payday for an Oasis reunion tour – something, he says, he knew nothing about.

Taking to Twitter, Noel wrote: "So…just while I'm in between having my nails done and taking my regular elocution lessons I'd like to point out again that I'm not aware of any offer for any amount of money to reform the legendary rock'n'folk outfit Oasis.

"I think someone has still someone else's tunes to promote so that's maybe what's causing the confusion.

"Although sadly it is true that there are almost 11 tickets left for my upcoming shows in MCR. Don't worry folks only 13 more years left now before I retire."

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Since Noel penned the tweet earlier this week, Liam cryptically referenced his sibling's recent remarks on social media.

He wrote: "I’d rather be mad and happy than sane and sad as you were LF**KING x."

Rumours surrounding an Oasis reunion have been swirling for years, with fans holding out hope the warring family members could put asides their previous differences in order to perform together again.

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Despite a constant back and forth, Liam insisted the popular Britpop band will reform "very f**king soon".

Speaking about the group during an interview with NME magazine, the wall of glass hitmaker was adamant Noel will sign up for a tour because he's "greedy and likes money".

"It’s gonna happen very f***ing soon," he told NME.

Talking about the £100million offer, he replied: "It’s not been put on the table; it’s just been booted around.

"It is gonna happen, believe you me – it’s gonna happen very f***ing soon because he’s greedy and he loves money and he knows that it’s got to happen soon or it won’t happen."

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