Robbie Williams accuses Liam and Noel Gallagher of bullying him out of Britain

Robbie Williams has accused rock rivals Noel and Liam Gallagher of bullying him out of Britain.

The singer had a long-running feud with the Oasis brothers in the 1990s and 2000s.

They traded insults and Robbie famously challenged Liam to a £100,000 bet to have a boxing match at the 2000 Brit Awards.

Former Take That star Robbie, now 47, gave as good as he got in the feud.

But he says constant jibes, echoed by most of the rock establishment and sections of the media, were “unbearable”.

It left him depressed and eventually inspired his move to Los Angeles in 2004.

Robbie said: “My brand of entertainment wasn’t deemed worthy because of how I presented myself.

“There was a culture of ‘Robbie Williams is not cool’. That was apart from the three million people who bought my albums.

“Every time I watched TV programmes, there were people being hateful about me. That was just wrong and grotesque. It was unbearable. I just left the country.

“Liam said that I should be hung, Noel said I was ‘the fat dancer from Take That’.

“I remember every single syllable of every single thing they’ve ever said about me.”

Robbie patched up his differences last year with Liam, 48, after the singer learned about his dad having Parkinson’s and sent a supportive message.

But Williams still holds resentment towards Noel, 53.

Dad-of four Robbie, married since 2010 to model Ayda Field, told the Talent Takes Practice podcast: “I could talk for two hours about why Noel’s s***.

“Isn’t it interesting what a few words can do to your whole life? I’m not healed.”