Noel Gallagher brutally body shames his brother Liam in latest clash as feud rumbles on

NOEL is the latest of the Gallagher brother to reignite their feud, this time body shaming his younger brother Liam.

The rocker not only took a swipe at his brother's, 49, weight but also his singing voice, branding his former Oasis bandmate as "restrictive."

Noel described Liam's fashion choice as deliberate to hide his body.

“Usually when he is wearing a big coat it’s because he’s got a big thing to hide underneath – a bit of a belly,” he told The Matt Morgan Podcast.

Liam has been getting treated for arthritis in his knees and hips, with doctors telling him to cut back on jogging.

Noel then slammed his brother's singing voice saying after a while in the band together he 'couldn't do it any more'.

“When I was writing in Oasis, in the early days, I’d always listen to Liam’s voice," he said.

“I’d write the melody in the style he sang until it became such a restrictive, narrow way of writing, where it’s like, ‘I can’t do this any more’.

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“That’s when the songs started to change, because once you’ve done it, you’ve done it.”

Oasis split in 2009 after 18 years, seven albums and eight No1 singles. with Noel blaming Liam's behaviour as the cause of the band's end.

It seemed that the rift might be on the mend, when Noel actually spoke kindly of his father last year.

Noel conceded Liam has enjoyed more success than him in their respective solo careers.

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Noel told the How To Wow podcast: “Liam’s doing his thing, he’s responsible for the legacy being what it is, he’s keeping the flame alive and all that and good for him.

“He’s doing massive gigs, he’s selling more records than I am and he’s selling more tickets than I am, if you can believe that.

“So he’s doing his thing and I’m doing mine and we’re both pretty happy doing that at the moment.”

The Manchester-born singer, who fronts Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, also revealed he was enjoying a break from the usual Twitter bashing he gets from Liam.

He added: “Things are all quiet on the Western front at the moment – Twitter – so long may that continue. It’s all good.”

The muso also opened up on the prospect of a musical about the band and the lives of him and his brother Liam.

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“The idea of a musical has been floated to me on more than one occasion," he told comedian Matt Morgan, on YouTube.

“An Oasis musical and one about me. Somebody had an idea of like a Noel Gallagher one called Everybody Is On The Run and then there was an idea for an Oasis one.”

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