Noel Gallagher has attracted criticism in recent days - largely from his brother Liam, in fairness - for not taking part in Sunday's One Love Manchester concert.
"Noels out of the f***ing country, weren't we all love, get on a f***ing plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad f***".
Liam Gallagher, who was a surprise performer at the benefit concert, criticised his older sibling for not making an appearance in a series of tweets sent on Monday morning.
Liam then issued an apology, adding: "Manchester I'd like to apologise for my brother's absence last night, very disappointed stay attractive".
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Sales and streams of the band's 1996 track have surged in the wake of the attack on Ariana Grande's concert at England's Manchester Arena after it was spontaneously sung by crowds at a memorial held for victims in the city.
Scooter Braun dismissed any "negativity" aimed at the former Oasis star and thanked him for donating royalties to the British Red Cross's We Love Manchester Fund.
Having been the soundtrack of Manchester since they rose to fame in the 90s, Oasis' 1995 hit 'Don't Look Back In Anger' is now climbing up the charts. Noel has not personally confirmed whether the report is true, but he has retweeted an article making reference to his supposed gesture on iNews.
2/ everyone knew in advance you couldn't be there physically, so thank you for being there in spirit.
"Sadly, Noel will not be at the concert this weekend", the statement explained.