Noel Gallagher will "never ever" forgive Liam Gallagher for walking out during Oasis shows.
The 47-year-old rocker has slammed his younger brother for his behaviour when they toured as a band, admitting he was left feeling frustrated when the singer walked off stage mid-show on several occasions.
He said: "My argument is, be a **** all you want, but do the gig first then be a f***ing d***. His argument is, I am just being a d*** all the time.
"Up until 2009 there would be countless gigs where, three songs in, he would just pop his headphones on and get off.
"You would be doing a guitar solo and you would get to the end of the song, and he has obviously gone back to fix his sunglasses.
"It would be like, 'Where has Liam gone?' And it would be, 'He has gone off, he has got a sore throat'. And it was like, 'What a ****'."
The Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds singer said the embarrassing incidents mean he would never reunite with his brother to bring back Oasis, having split up in 2009, despite several rumours such a comeback could happen.
Continuing to talk about the situations Liam would land him in, he added: "You would have to go out and say in English to a load of perplexed Japanese people, 'I know you don't understand what I am f***ing saying, but the singer has gone off, so I am going to sing the f***ing rest of the songs'. I could never forgive him for that, ever."