Liam Gallagher Calls Kanye West's Brit Awards Show: "Utter Sh*t"

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Oasis alum Liam Gallagher has never been one to hold his tongue, so when he had something to say about Kanye West's performance at the 2015 Brit Awards, he let it out in full force.

"Kanye West. Utter Sh*t. LG x," Liam tweeted after the show Wednesday. According to Us Weekly, he also added, "@kanyewest ...And you're a million miles away from College Dropout," he continued, referencing the rapper's 2004 debut album. "That's artistry. LG x." Liam later deleted the latter tweets.

Kanye performed his new song "All Day" at O2 Arena in London, after his wife Kim Kardashian introduced him at the awards show. He hit the stage with a ton of guys all clad in black hoodies as flamethrowers shot up in the background.
The BRIT Awards 2015 Live Performance At The O2 Arena In LondonThe hip hop star is just the latest music artist Liam has slammed. The rocker has also had negative things to say about Daft Punk, Blur and Robbie Williams, among others, and is completely estranged from his own brother and former Oasis bandmate Noel Gallagher.

Although the brothers don't get along, they do see eye-to-eye when it comes to Kanye, according to Stereogum. Noel recently told the site, "I'm aware of our mate Kanye being a bit of a buffoon at one of them [awards shows], yeah. Didn't he say Beck should 'respect artistry' and pass the award on to Beyoncé?... Well, No. 1, somebody should buy that boy a dictionary. And he needs to look up the f**king term 'artistry' and then see if it reminds him, in any way, of Beyoncé." Whoa.

So far, Kanye hasn't responded to Noel and Liam's comments, but he did apologize to Beck and Bruno Mars on Twitter Thursday (which probably surprised just about everyone).

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