Through his tell-all memoir, the former frontman of Screaming Trees brands the 'Wall of Glass' singer 'an obvious poser' for bailing on the 1996 tour after he stood up to the latter's bullying.

AceShowbiz - Liam Gallagher has slammed American rocker Mark Lanegan for alleging he quit Oasis' 1996 U.S. tour after an altercation.

The Screaming Trees musician's band was a support act for the group during the infamously troubled trek, which was marred by cancelled gigs and Liam pulling out of one leg altogether.

According to Mark's tell-all memoir detailing his rock career and troubles with addiction, the "Wall of Glass" singer bailed on the tour after the American rocker stood up to his bullying - but Liam has denied his version of events in typically robust terms.

He tweeted, "Mark lannegn (sic) here's how I saw it I asked you your bands name I was f**king around and called it something else you being an upiight (sic) junkie and not having a sense of humour got your little grungy knickers in a twist another bullshitter trying to sell a book LG x."

Liam Gallagher Blasts Mark Lanegan Over Claim He Left Oasis Tour Due to Their Altercation

Liam Gallagher blasts Mark Lanegan over claim about their tour.

According to British newspaper The Sun, Mark wrote in his book, "I detested bullies and refused to put up with them. Liam Gallagher was an obvious poser, a playground bully."

"Like all bullies, he was also a total p***y. He had quit and bailed before I could have a go at him before his promised playground battle royale in Miami."

"Typical, I thought. That phoney motherf**ker had p**sed his pants and gone home to mama before I had a chance to blow this whole thing up myself."

Detailing their altercation, the "Bed of Roses" hitmaker wrote, "He came up to where we were sitting, 'Howling Branches,' he shouted. I realised he was addressing me and attempting a weak joke with the over-the-top intensity of a put-down. F**k off, you stupid f**king idiot,' was my brief, blase retort."

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