Superproducer Mark Ronson has hit out at British music magazine NME in a row over his recent Glastonbury performance – labelling the people who work there “morons”.
Ronson was infuriated after he received an email from a reporter at the publication denying responsibility for a scathing review of his set at the legendary English festival on 29 June.
And the music-maker, who was only alerted to the negative article by the message, is shocked at the magazine’s attitude.
He has posted the reporter’s email on his website and is now vowing to sell his recent NME award on the internet.
He writes on his Myspace.com blog: “I got the following email from a journalist at the NME in reference to what I imagine was a scathing review of my Glasto performance (if only I read the mag, I might know what it said….oh well).
“My NME award for 2008′s best international solo artist will be on eBay as soon as the morons send it to me. I doubt the bidding will go that high and it makes an excellent doorstop.”
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