Noel and Liam Gallagher’s feud is one of the most enduring spats in music – made worse by the fact they’re brothers. The war has become so heated that even Liam’s children Gene and Lennon have started rowing online with cousin Anais Gallagher.
So how did the feud begin?
Well, it involved a radio and a stream of urine. Liam appears on tomorrow night’s edition of The Graham Norton Show and claims that the tweets directed at his 50-year-old brother are the real deal. The 45-year-old tells Graham: ‘We don’t like each other. Lots of people have asked us to get back together and they keep adding noughts.
‘They’ve offered us millions and millions but its not about the money. ‘ The Wall Of Glass singer then revealed what exactly started the bad blood between him and his bro. Liam says: ‘The grudge started when he was about 19 and he bought a stereo. I’d had my first drink that night and got up to pee.
‘I couldn’t find the light so I relieved myself over his new sound system. He was livid and that’s where it started.’ We don’t blame him, to be honest. Elsewhere on the show, the Oasis frontman admits that he’s not sure why he is still on Twitter, and that some of his tweets can be out of order.