RAPPER Example has hailed Lewis Capaldi’s TRNSMT performance after the Scots singer belted out an Oasis cover in Glasgow Green.

Example also hit out at Noel Gallagher who stirred controversy when he called Scotland a “third world country.”

Lewis said he would “love” to collaborate with Noel despite an apparent spat between the pair in the last few weeks.

The “Someone You Loved” singer was speaking at TRNSMT in Glasgow, where he performed on Sunday, and said both he and the former Oasis man enjoy a “bam up” – a Scottish phrase for a wind-up.

Lewis shot to fame in recent months and a clip of Noel asking who he was went viral – to which the Scot responded on his social media enjoying the criticism.

Noel went on to call him “Chewbacca” and label Scotland a “third world country” – but that didn’t stop the 22-year-old teaming up with the music legend. 

The latest response from the Bathgate singer was to walk out for his TRNSMT set wearing a Chewbacca mask – and dedicating Oasis hit “Don’t Look Back In Anger” to Noel, who he referred to as “dad”.

Before taking to the stage, Lewis said: “I’d love to just… me and him get in there. He doesn’t like co-rights so probably wouldn’t, but he can write it and I’ll sing it and I’m sure it would be a lovely one.

“I love him to bits. He’s just bamming it up isn’t he? He loves a bam up, Noel.

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“I too enjoy a bit of a bam up although maybe I wouldn’t call a country a third world one at that but I thought it was funny.”

Example was left beaming with pride at Lewis’ response.

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Taking to Twitter, Example wrote: “Lewis Capaldi. What a way to silence a moody old c**t like Noel. Fair play to him. Always loved Noel’s banter but he went to far with this one. And don’t ever hate on Scotland. Best gig crowds in the world.”

Lewis called it the “best f****** gig of his life” and said he felt “like Freddie Mercury at Live Aid”, leading the crowd in the Queen’s singer’s famous responses from the Wembley performance – but with Scottish swear words instead.