Morrissey’s manager Peter Katsis reacted to reports of an anti-racism protest set to take place at the singer’s concert in Manchester on July 8.

The manager took aim at a report from The Guardian regarding a protest organized by Dave Haslam and former Morrissey fans. The organized effort was said to be “in response to Morrissey’s divisive views, and his support for the far right.”

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Morrissey, 59, faced backlash after defending accused sexual abusers Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey.

The Guardian gets it wrong again! Let’s get real,” Katsis said in a statement published to Morrissey’s official Facebook page. “‘Former Morrissey fans’ have not organized anything. That ‘has-been Haslam’ character was never a Morrissey fan.”

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“We are in the business of creating music and performing music. We are actually not in the business of politics, or bulls**t,” he continued. “We’ll leave that to wannabees like Mr Haslam and the editors of The Guardian.”

Morrissey is touring through the U.K. this summer.

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