Noel Gallagher has slammed crooner Mick Hucknall over comments he made about the Oasis rocker's hometown of Manchester, England - insisting the Simply Red star's opinions are "irrelevant".
In a recent interview, Hucknall ridiculed Gallagher and his brother Liam for their gestures, accents and swagger - accusing the pair of creating a negative stereotype of people from the northern British city.
And Gallagher isn't impressed with the scathing comments - unleashing a barrage of insults at the singer.
He tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "You still going?. The last time I heard of you, Fanta-pants, you were getting slung out of Knebworth for being s**t and fat.
"What you have to say about Manchester and its righteous natives is irrelevant as you are from Warrington (town near Manchester).