Oasis star Liam Gallagher has taken aim at rockers U2 - insisting he has never met a true fan of the band.
The singer's brother Noel has previously slammed the musicians for turning their gigs into a guilt trip for fans by using the shows to talk about politics.
Now his sibling has blasted the Beautiful Day hitmakers, because he's convinced the group must pay people to come to their concerts to "make them look good".
He says, "I have never seen a U2 fan. I have never seen anyone with a U2 shirt or been around someone's house that has a f**king U2 record. Where do their fans f**king come from? Where are they?
"I reckon they buy them. With all the money they've made, they just bought a load of people and every time they do a gig they get a shovel and pile them into their gigs to make them look good."