The rock and roll star has taken another swipe at his estranged brother following Noel's comments about his teenage fans.
Noel Gallagher, 52, labelled his newfound younger audience "f**king idiots" after they continued to demand Oasis songs at his High Flying Birds gigs.
However, Liam Gallagher, 46, hit back at his older sibling and slammed him for "slagging off the youth", and informed Noel the children who are now coming to his shows no doubt have parents who attended Oasis concerts back in the day.
The pair, who have been feuding for a decade, have been throwing insults at each other since Oasis' shock split in 2009 after a series of heated rows.
Taking to Twitter earlier this week, Liam informed his 3.1million followers everyone is welcome at his shows.
He wrote: "The thing I’ve got a problem with about slagging of the yoot [youth] is that some of those kids are the kids of people who made us from day one.
"You're all welcome at my gigs, bring your grandparents, your aunties, your uncles, bring your pets, as you were, why me, why not LG x."
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Over the last couple of months, Noel has compared Scotland to a third world country, labelled singer Lewis Capaldi "Chewbecca", and admitted "he liked his mum until she gave birth to Liam".
His comments haven't gone unnoticed by the Wall of Glass hitmaker who compared Noel to George Bush in a heated tweet last week.
He penned: "Slagging of Scotland now slagging of the yoot [youth].
"Constantly trying to go toe to toe with me and losing NG [Noel Gallagher] aka George Bush in disguise."
He continued: "You need to stop what you're doing and come in, c’mon in ya come WHY ME WHY NOT LG x."
Liam's remarks come after Noel revealed to The Sun the Supersonic documentary, which journeys the band's rise to musical fame, helped create a new fanbase.
He said: "When I play those songs it is an incredible thing since the documentary Supersonic came out. It has reinvigorated a whole new fan base, sadly they all do turn up to the gigs dressed as Liam with four pairs of sunglasses on, rolling around going 'I'm mad for it'.
"The new stuff that I am doing, they f***ing hate it. Which makes me want to do it more."
Not happy with his younger fans, he exclaimed: "You little f***ing idiot, you are only 15.
"What the f***! You were only 10 when the brand broke up, f*** off."
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