Roger Waters isn’t impressed with Richard Branson’s Live Aid-style concert to raise funds for humanitarian aid for Venezuela.

In a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday, the Pink Floyd co-founder slammed the efforts. “Leave the Venezuelan people alone to exercise their legal right to self-determination,” he said.

“It has nothing to do with humanitarian aid at all,” the 75-year-old added. “It has to do with Richard Branson… having bought the U.S. saying, ‘We have decided to take over Venezuela, for whatever our reasons may be.’”

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Branson is backing the upcoming event, set to take place on Friday, hoping to raise $100 million to provide food and medicine for Venezuelans suffering widespread shortages.

“Richard is helping them to raise awareness of the crisis in Venezuela and raise much-needed funds through this event,” a spokesperson for Virgin, which handles media inquiries for Branson, said in a statement. “This is not a political statement and the U.S. is not involved in any aspect of this.”

Latin singers Alejandro Sanz, Nacho, Luis Fonsi and Maluma have so far confirmed they will perform at the concert.

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