GFOTY has apologized for the comments she made about Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté in her Noisey-commissioned Field Day review.

The apology stemmed as a result of her blog for Noisey, in which the producer gave iMessage updates from the festival. Most of the comments were rather innocuous, but upon encountering 50-year-old African musician Diabaté and his son Toumani, GFOTY wrote: "I think they were covering Bombay Bycicle club / Bombay bycicle club blacked up."

The Quietus managed to capture this screen grab of the message, before it was removed by Noisey:

Before the apology, rapper Le1f took to Twitter as well, slamming the producer for her misplaced and erroneous commentary:

Several other remarks were made by Le1f, but have since been deleted from his account.