A photo from a retweet Noel made of a story about Noel’s donation to charity; Photo: Twitter/@TheiPaper

After the One Love Manchester concert, which benefited the victims and family of the victims of the Manchester terror attack during Ariana Grande‘s show (May 22), one of the Gallagher brothers from Oasis made his own attack, as the Gallagher bros do, on the other. After Liam performed at the concert, he sent out a series of tweets throwing his brother under the bus.

“Manchester,” he tweeted, “I’d like to apologise for my brother’s absence last night … very disappointed … stay beautiful, stay safe.”

And, just in case you’re thinking that maybe they still have even an ounce of brotherly love left, Liam sent out another tweet making his stance clear.

“Noel’s out of the fucking country,” he said. “Weren’t we all, love … get on a fucking plane and play your tunes for the kids, you sad fuck.”

However, Noel was not asked to perform at the show, reports Daily Star. Plus, Noel has been donating his royalties from Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back In Anger” to the We Love Manchester Campaign ever since people starting singing it in response to the terror attacks. Radio X host Gordon Smart was the person to break this news.

“It’s only right to point out, and I don’t think this is public knowledge because I’m sure [Noel] would never mention it,” Smart said. “But I found out today that as soon as ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ started to appear spontaneously at the vigils, he made sure all the royalties went back to the families. That was before any gig was mentioned.”

One of Noel’s people said the former Oasis member would not be making any additional comments besides the statement he released prior to the One Love concert, in which he wished “everyone huge success on the day.”

Apart from the donations, Noel has not responded to Liam’s remarks. The only activity on Noel’s Twitter account as of this writing is that he’s retweeted an article from iNews about his donations to the We Love Manchester Campaign. You can see the screen shot of that below, plus the video for “Don’t Look Back In Anger.”