he would appear on "Wolves," the first song from Kanye West's forthcoming seventh solo album--and after he and singer Sia joined West to perform the song on
Saturday Night Live's 40th anniversary show--Mensa has taken up arms for his fellow Windy City native. Oasis founder Liam Gallagher took to Twitter following Kanye West's "All Day" performance at the Brit Awards, calling the rapper's performance "Utter Shit."

The College Dropout, his 2004 debut album. Gallagher referred to that record as "artistry," clearly an allusion to West's interviews following this month's Grammy Awards in which he said that Beck should have ceded his Album Of The Year title to Beyonce in the name of respecting artistry.

Well, Vic wasn't having it. He fired back at Gallagher: "fuck [Liam Gallagher]," Mensa wrote.

This isn't the first time the Gallagher brothers have been caught up in a feud with a Roc-A-Fella star. In 2008, Noel balked at the news that Jay Z would be headlining the legendary Glastonbury music festival. “I’m sorry, but Jay Z?" he asked. "No chance." Gallagher explained his grievance, saying, "Glastonbury has a tradition of guitar music. I’m not having hip-hop at Glastonbury. It’s wrong.” Hov responded by coming on stage to Oasis' "Wonderwall," taunting the band and their conservative cohorts in the process. He sent one last shot on "Jockin' Jay Z," a Kanye-produced song intended for The Blueprint 3 that failed to make the final tracklist. On the song, Jay raps, "That bloke from Oasis said I couldn't play guitar/ Somebody should have told him I'm a fucking rock star."