‘Sometimes you have to separate the art from the d ****** d’: Robbie revives his 20-year feud with Liam Gallagher … despite praising the ‘incredible’ singer
They have been at odds since the late 1990s.
And it seems that Robbie Williams has revived his feud with Liam Gallagher by calling the Oasis star a ‘d ****** d’.
The British hitmaker, 46, made the surprising comparison after praising Liam, 47 for being “ incredible and iconic, ” about 20 years after the pair first dropped out.
Savage: Robbie Williams revived his feud with Liam Gallagher by calling the Oasis star a ‘d ****** d’
Robbie said The sun: “The thing about Liam is that he’s incredible.
“He’s an incredible singer – real rock and roller. The world is a better place for him to be in it. He is iconic.
“Sometimes you have to separate the art from the d *** head. And I can do that. ‘
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Liam Gallagher for comment.
Cheeky: The British hitmaker is locked in a 20-year feud with the star, although the pair were firm friends in the ’90s (pictured in 1995)
Robbie’s playful dig is the latest in a long-standing feud between the two stars that goes back two decades.
But Liam, 46, and Robbie started out as close friends after partying with Oasis star brother Noel in Glastonbury in 1995.
Robbie then famously fell out with the brothers after Noel, 50, described him as ‘that fat dancer from Take That’.
Hitting out: Robbie described Liam (pictured September 2019) as an ‘incredible and iconic singer, but added,’ Sometimes you have to separate the art from the d *** head ‘
And the bad blood continued in 2000, when Robbie challenged Liam to a televised boxing match at the Brit Awards.
Fast forward to July 2011, and Robbie clearly wasn’t about their long-running feud, suggesting that Liam could ‘lick his a ***’ at one of his concerts at Wembley Stadium in London.
In March 2019, Robbie also urged his fans to “ toast Liam on Twitter ” at the end of his Las Vegas residency.
According to The sun he said, “If you enjoyed the show, I have been Robbie Williams.
“And if you didn’t and you’re upset somewhere, then I’ve been Liam Gallagher.
At odds: As recently as March 2019, Robbie reportedly urged his fans to ‘roast Liam on Twitter’ at the end of his Las Vegas residency