Liam Gallagher hits back after Noel said he makes him want to “take out a McDonald’s with a machine gun”

"Don’t fuck with the parka monkeys"

Liam Gallagher has responded after his estranged brother Noel claimed that he wants to “take out a McDonald’s with a machine gun” every time he sees the ‘Shockwave’ singer’s face.

Posting on Twitter, Liam wrote: “Don’t fuck with the parka monkeys ps watch your backs in McDonald’s as there’s a angry potato on the loose LG x.”

The latest dig at the “angry potato” comes after Noel pulled no punches when asked if he had any plans to watch As It Was – the documentary following Liam’s rise to fame as a solo star.


“Uh, no. I couldn’t think of a reason that would make me want to watch it, considering that every time I see that cunt’s face, I want to fucking take out a McDonald’s with a machine gun,” said Noel.

“So I don’t think I’ll be going to the local cinema to watch him rewrite fucking history (about) what a great guy he is; what a wonderful family man. I’ve got better things to do with my time. You should go and see it, though. Apparently there’s a lot of jogging in it. I don’t know about you, but I like to see my favorite rock stars jogging. Don’t you?”

The latest dig comes only weeks after Liam slammed Noel as a “nasty human being”, amid reports that his daughter Molly Moorish is “at the centre” of the pair’s escalating feud.

Noel also recently responded after Liam allegedly threatened his wife Sara MacDonald via a Whatsapp message to daughter, Anais. “Tell your step Mam to be very careful,” the text read, referencing comments made by MacDonald about Liam’s recent Glastonbury performance.


Liam later offered his “sincere apologies” to his mother and niece for involving them “in all of this childish behaviour”.

In other news, Liam sold his out his entire November arena tour this morning and announced that Slowthai will provide support at the shows. 

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