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Noel Gallagher, Oasis frontman, receives backlash for mocking disabled concerts in Glastonbury

Noel Gallagher is falling prey to criticism for his latest comments. 55 year old Oasis frontman recently appeared Matt Morgan PodcastAnd during this year’s Glastonbury Festival, the disabled discussed with their friends onstage.

Remembering how he was injured there, Gallagher explained The security guard asked for his pass and he said to them, “Look at that pass mate? This I get any a**king-wherever. Anywhere. Okay?”

When a host laughed and asked if Gallagher had forced a man out of a wheelchair to fit on stage, the singer said, “If I had to, I would.”

As for why he and his friends wanted to take a performance off stage in the first place, Gallagher explained, “We couldn’t get to the bit where you got on stage ’cause we were f**king all drunk, Ruined.”

“I showed my pass and said, ‘Yeh bauch mein se hai,’ and that’s it. We were on this stage,” he said. “Unbeknownst to us, it was the disabled stage. I must say, those disabled cats, they’ve got a great view of everything.”

scopeA disability equality charity in the UK, Gallagher’s comments and actions deleted on Twitter, calling him “beyond insult”.

“Accessible platforms at events are not for the privileged rock stars and their friends. IThey exist so that people with disabilities can enjoy live music with fewer constraints,” the organization wrote. “Noel can reduce the experience for music fans with disabilities. But for many people, the reality of attending live music and festivals can be stressful and upsetting.”

Liam Gallagher disagrees with his brother’s comments on Instagramwriting, “I’d like to apologize on behalf of my family to the little friends, the recent comment about people with disabilities Sorry weren’t all c**ts LG X”

a wheelchair user on twitter Wrote that Gallagher’s comments were “beyond cheap”, while another person on stage called the musician “a bad, terrible man”.

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