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."
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."