Noel Gallagher , 52, is supporting U2 on their Australian tour this month – but brother Liam Gallagher , 47, won't be attending the highly anticipated shows.
Ever since Noel decided to sensationally quit Oasis in 2009, the siblings have been locked in a decade-long feud and regularly hurl jibes at each other in interviews.
A day after the Wall of Glass hitmaker picked up at the first-ever Rock Icon Award at this year's MTV EMAs, Liam informed his following he has "big fish to fry".
Writing to his 3.1million followers, he put: "Off to get myself a new frying pan got some big f**k off fish to fry. Watch out LGs about.
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Despite his top honour, one fan asked him about Noel's upcoming shows.
They put: "Thoughts on Noel supporting U2 in Australia in a couple of weeks?"
"Only way he’s gonna get the big old ego stroked," the rock n roll star replied.
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While another user put: "Liam how are you feeling today knowing you’re the greatest rock star alive?"
"You know me pinch of of salt but yeah, mega. Just another f*king day at the office," he playfully quipped.
Although Liam regularly slams his older brother on social media, Noel recently admitted the former Oasis frontman is one of the last remaining rock 'n' roll mavericks.
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Taking part in an intimate Q&A session at Salford Lads Club in Manchester last month, Noel discussed his love of David Bowie, songwriting and Liam.
Showing his softer side, the High Flying Birds frontman was asked who would be in his supergroup and what he thought of singers nowadays.
Rather than putting together his ideal band, he listed off his favourite frontmen of all time.
During his response, he fondly referred to Liam as "our kid".
"There aren't any real mavericks anymore, except Ian Brown, Johnny Marr, Hooky (Peter Hook), (Bobby) Gillespie, Shaun Ryder and our kid," he replied.
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