Liam Gallagher took to Twitter on Tuesday to shut down rumors of an Oasis reunion, evening calling his brother, Noel Gallagher, a “potato.”

Noel, former bassist for the rock band, started up rumors among fans when he told the Daily Star that he would reunite with his estranged brother, for one show, if the price was right.

“There might come a day one day where it might seem like a good idea, but I have so much I want to do. I have so much to do on my own that I don’t really see it to be honest,” Noel told the Daily Star.

Liam, 43, caught wind of his older brother’s interview and shared his thought’s on the idea of a reunion on Twitter by going on a Twitter rant. Two of Liam’s tweet was the same thing: a picture of his brother, Noel, 48, with the caption, “POTATO.”

“F— OASIS,” Liam also wrote in another tweet.

In Liam’s online rant wasn’t just targeted towards his brother, but he also made fun Oasis fans for complaining about wanting a reunion.

The rock band broke up in 2009, which left Noel to join the High Flying Birds. Liam went on to form his band, Beady Eye, which ultimately disbanded in 2014.

U.K. Oasis fans can look forward to a new documentary about the band, Supersonic. The documentary is set to release in the fall but there is no word about a U.S. release.