Robbie Williams has compared his relationship with Take That to that of Oasis and Beady Eye.
Williams released his new album 'Under The Radar Volume I' on Monday (December 1) - the same day as his former band Take That released their latest LP 'III'.
Speaking about the situation, Take That's Gary Barlow had previously compared the situation to Blur and Oasis' infamous 1995 chart battle, where the former’s 'Country House' and the latter's 'Roll With It' went head to head for the Number One spot.
Now, Williams has taken to Twitter to say that the battle is more akin to that of Oasis and Beady Eye – making a dig at the latter's recent split in the process.
Williams wrote, "Gaz - it's more like Oasis vs Beady Eye, except at the end of this week WE'LL all still have a career!"
Williams and the Gallagher brothers have a history of verbal spats, since Noel Gallagher famously called the pop star "That fat dancer from Take That" in the 90s.
More recently, Liam also hit out at Williams, labeling him a "fat fucking idiot" after Beady Eye played a significantly smaller venue in the same town as the singer on the same night.
Beady Eye announced their split in October following two studio LPs.
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