Joining legions of anonymous Internet commentators and virtual message boards hecklers, Noel Gallagher is now taking a stab at choice headlining acts set for these year’s festival circuits. His main gripe? The announcement of Jay-Z for England’s Glastonbury Festival where he says hip-hop does not belong.

He told the BBC that the festival is centered “on a tradition of guitar music" which H.O.V.A. fails to fill, even though he did do that one album with Linkin Park. Gallagher blames poor ticket sales on promoters poor taste in headliners, which have previously included The Killers, R.E.M and Coldplay “If it ain't broke, don't fix it,” the infamous egomaniac told the paper adding, "I'm not having hip-hop at Glastonbury. It's wrong."

You aren’t having hip-hop? So then why aren’t Oasis clamoring at a chance to play the fest? Wouldn’t that be a headliner to sell out tickets for the ages? We all know you’ve done it there twice before. What would also help is if you guys could add on to the whole seven tour dates you have lined up so far. Canada is cool and all, but it’d help if you acknowledged us yanks as well.

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