After questioning Jay-Z's assignment as headliner for Glastonbury Festival, Noel Gallagher has approved the rapper's controversial performance, even saying that it was "great."
The Oasis rocker initially said that the slow ticket sale at the English musical festival was because of the rapper's headlining act.
He told BBC, "I'm not having hip-hop at Glastonbury. It's wrong."
Jay-Z responded by starting off his set with his version of "Wonderwall," Oasis' hit song at the festival.
And Gallagher's response to the mock performance? He thought the rapper did a great job.
He told People magazine, "I thought it was great. I love Jay-Z."
"The thing is, I was actually giving my opinion about ticket sales at Glastonbury. And it really wasn't about hip-hop or anything like that."
He continues, "I only caught the second half of his set. But everyone says it was great."
Jay-Z also expressed his intention of making peace with the rocker.
He told MTV, "I haven't spoken to him (but) I heard he was reaching out... I don't bear any grudge, it's all good."