Over the weekend, American singer Noah Kahan really put his foot in it.
The Stick Season singer is set to play a sold out show in the 3Arena in February.
Ahead of the European leg of his tour, Noah shared a glimpse at the new merch fans can get your hands on.
This includes some exclusive patches that will be available at every stop on the tour.
However, when he unveiled the Dublin patch things were not all good!
The patch read “Dublin, UK”.
Yikes! What a way to put your foot in it!
People were up in arms and took to social media to call out Noah and remind him that Ireland is its own country!
Thankfully the American singer was quick to apologise and fix the patch!
“To all my Irish fans: I am terribly sorry about the mistake, which you have every right to be offended by,” he wrote on social media.
“I did not make the patches and did not do my due diligence of checking them thoroughly before they were released on socials. I’ve notified the team of the mistake and it should be fixed now.
“So much love for you all, I’ll see you in February.”
Don’t make the mistake again, Noah or you’ll be banned from Ireland!