Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis is "disappointed" at Noel Gallagher after attacking rapper Jay-Z.
The Oasis rocker had criticized the superstar rapper for being assigned to headline the event, saying it was "wrong' to have a hip hop artist to front the festival.
Eavis wasn't too happy with Gallagher after hearing his very public attack on the rapper.
He tells The Sun, "Why did he need to get involved? It was a bit weird, to be honest. He should give someone else a chance."
"He needn't have said that and I was disappointed he did."
"He said it's a place for guitar bands - but there are loads of guitar bands playing."
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