Liam Gallagher slams brother Noel as he says he has ‘issues and lying eyes’

Liam Gallagher , 47, hit out at estranged brother Noel Gallagher, 52, on Twitter.

The Wall of Glass hitmaker hasn't spoken to his older sibling in over a decade following Noel's decision to quit the band after a series of heated arguments backstage at Rock en Seine.

Ever since their shock split the pair have been locked in a bitter feud, and regularly hurl cutting remarks at each other.

Taking to social media earlier this week, the former Oasis frontman revealed he will be honoured with the Rock Icon award at the MTV EMAs in Seville later this month.

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While news of his award was congratulated by many, other fans soon sent him questions about the High Flying Birds singer.

Referencing Noel Gallagher and Foo Fighter's drummer Taylor Hawkins feud, one fan wrote: "Noel hating Taylor Hawkins now," with a laughing face emoji.

Liam promptly replied: "Noel's got issues. Think he needs to speak to someone about a few things."

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While another user questioned Noel's accessory choices.

They asked: "Why does Noel always have black shades on lately?"

"Because he doesn’t want anybody to see his lying eyes," Liam responded.

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The musician's cutting remarks after it was revealed Wonderwall was about an fictional pal, not about Noel's wife at the time Meg Mathews.

"It's a song about an imaginary friend who's gonna come and save you from yourself," Noel told The Guardian.

The track's title is said to have been inspired by the 1968 movie, which featured a George Harrison soundtrack.

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