Liam Gallagher has hit out at the makers of the forthcoming Oasis documentary for deciding to premiere the film in London rather than Manchester.
The band’s former frontman slammed the filmmakers and appeared to blame his brother Noel Gallagher for the choice of venue.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the singer wrote: “So check this out apparently some clown trying to tell me this film about my f****** band yeah MY band is not premiering in MCR iFTOTB.”
He added: “Your so called mighty 1 only up for London premier as you were you porcelain k***.
“If I have to come and knock on your door you'll get it popcorn and DVD.”
Gallagher had previously been supportive of the new film, which is being produced by James Gay-Rees and directed by Mat Whitecross and Amy’s Asif Kapadia.
According to reports, the band gave the film crew ‘unprecedented’ access to unseen archive footage as well as giving new interviews.
Gallagher previously described the project as ‘biblical’ after watching an early cut of the film last month.