Liam Gallagher ends bitter feud with Robbie Williams after singer reveals his dad has Parkinson's

LIAM Gallagher appeared to end his bitter feud with Robbie Williams after the Angels singer revealed his dad has Parkinson's.

The former Oasis frontman, 47, shared a message of support to Robbie, 46, on Twitter in light of his father Pete Conway's ill health.

Replying to a video Robbie shared about wellness on Twitter, Liam commented: "Oi Robbie balboa…

"…it’s LG I hear you got s**t going down in your fam I'm sorry to hear that love n light going out to your family stay cool and in tune LG x".

The Feel hitmaker recently opened up about his "fear and panic" at being stuck in LA while his 70-year-old father battles the illness in the UK.

Robbie added that his wife Ayda Field's mother Gwen is struggling with a "very big illness", as well as having Parkinson's and lupus.

He told The Mirror: "We’ve got a lot of family issues right now. My dad has got Parkinson’s, my mother-in-law who I love dearly has got a very big illness.

"We can’t get to them. My dad is thousands of miles away."

The Angels singer added: "My mum is just a year short of 80 and she’s in isolation and I can see the things whirling in her mind and her eyes going."

Meanwhile, Robbie and Liam's feud goes back 20 years when the former Take That star publicly challenged Liam at the 2000 Brit Awards and offered a £100,000 bet to fight after Noel called him a "fat dancer".

And while Gallagher's olive branch may seem bizarre to some after their public spats throughout the years, fans shouldn't be surprised by the latest showing of support.

Just this week, the Rock DJ hitmaker praised Liam's solo career – despite also commenting that his former band Beady Eye "weren't very good".

Robbie said on Chris Thrall's Bought the T-Shirt podcast: "Liam did his solo career, and I think people wanted him to have that solo career.

"The record was better. He worked with proper songwriters who do that for a living, [people] that craft, verses, choruses, middle eights really really well.

"He writes a great lyric, he does great melodies and he's a voice of a generation," he added.

"The thing about Liam is, whatever he did, if he got every aspect of it right, people want more of him and that's the truth."

Speaking in an interview with The Sun in March, Robbie said: "He's an incredible singer — proper rock and roller. The world's a better place for him being in it. He's iconic. Sometimes you have to separate the art from the d***head. And I can do that."

However, Robbie did playfully reignite their feud eight days ago all in the name of charity to raise much-needed funds for the NHS in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking about why he wanted to come face-to-face with Liam, Robbie said: "I still want to fight. There's a lot of things I want to experience. I saw KSI and Logan Paul fight and just thought, 'That looks amazing'.

"I don't dislike anybody enough to train for those 10 weeks and give it my all apart from Liam. The offer still stands, I'm available, let's do it for the NHS."

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