Oasis star Liam Gallagher is known for his passionate support of Manchester City and the Twitter rantings and ravings that come with it.
The famous Mancunian has been regularly seen at the Etihad over the years and was one of many fans celebrating on Sunday as Pep Guardiola's side lifted their third consecutive Premier League trophy.
City knew their fate before even kicking a ball against Chelsea on Sunday afternoon with Arsenal's defeat to Nottingham Forest on Saturday handing them the Premier League title as the gap between the Gunners and Cityzens opened to seven points.
Guardiola's side still put in a dominant performance against Frank Lampard's lacking Chelsea side with a 1-0 win perhaps now reflecting the one-sided nature of the clash.
After the match City fans flooded onto the Etihad Stadium pitch and, once removed by police, the trophy presentation took place.
Gallagher was his usual self on social media on Sunday afternoon, labelling Guardiola a 'God' and writing his trademark 'SILKY SMOOTH FIZZY BUBLECH'.
The controversial musician went on to write: "Every f***ing player at the club humble as fuck so likeable a little bit like MYSELF that’s what it’s about congratulations.
"All this talk of people wishing Pep away enjoy him you Bumbaclarts you might learn something from him CHAMPIONS."
Twitter users were quick to find humour in the irony of Gllagher's humble Tweet. One replied: "You're about as humble as Liam Gallagher is definitely my new insult."
Another said: "This man makes no sense and I love him so much."
Confirmation of Manchester City's Premier League win leaves a trophy treble still possible for the rampant side and, should that happen, Gallagher teased an Oasis reunion might be in the offing to celebrate.
Earlier this year, one fan asked Liam Gallagher if a long-awaited Oasis reunion might be on the cards should that happen, to which he replied: "I'm ready to go."
Oasis and Manchester City fans were evidently excited at the response, but whether even a treble win would be enough to bridge the gap between the infamous Gallagher brothers very much remains to be seen.