LIAM Gallagher branded Noel a "massive c**t" on Twitter as he reignites their feud again.
The Oasis star, 48, slammed his brother, 53, on Twitter as they continued their 12 year fight on Wednesday.
Noel shared a clip of himself holding up a sign reading: "Ask me anything about the last 10 years", to commemorate 10 years of his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
He tweeted it with the caption: "Last chance to ask Noel anything about the last 10 years! Get your questions in the comments below by midnight (BST) tonight #NGHFB10"
However, Liam took the opportunity to throw a jab at his brother, asking: "Why are you such a massive c***"
The brothers' feud has lasted from the early days of the band in 1994 all the way to their split in 2009.
Time has not eased the argument as subsequent rows have stalled any reunion attempts.
Last week, Noel revealed he would end the decade-long feud with Liam for £100million.
Speaking to Jonathan Ross about Liam's claim he turned down £100m for a comeback tour, Noel said: "Why do you say ‘it’s not necessarily untrue’ – because it is untrue.
"There isn’t £100m in the music business between all of us… if anybody wants to offer me £100m now, I’ll say it now, I’ll do it.
"I’ll do it for £100m. Ludicrous. What is funny though is that I think Liam actually believes it, which is the funny thing."
Asked if he misses performing on stage with Liam, Noel said: "Not particularly no. It’s a different band. It’s a different thing."
The argument isn't just getting in the way of a reunion tour – but also their albums, as they binned a greatest hits LP.
The duo were meant to release an Oasis greatest hits album with incredible extra tracks but couldn’t agree on the project so it was scrapped.
The album was ready to go with the rockers’ best songs from the Noughties, including songs taken from albums Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants, Heathen Chemistry, Don’t Believe The Truth and Dig Out Your Soul.
Noel said: "You know that Don’t Stop demo we put up? We had planned to do an Oasis best of the 2000s because it’s a period of Oasis that the masses are not interested in but for the actual fans there’s some great tunes.
“With Don’t Stop it was like, ‘Well people are f***ing floundering, put that out, the fans will love it’. Well, we did this best of and the bonus disc was gonna be all these unreleased songs.
“But, ha, unfortunately we couldn’t agree on something and it got dropped by the wayside.”
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