The Scottish star took to social media after revealing the iconic lineup this morning which will see him share stages with Sam Fender, The Killers and Billie Eilish.
The ad proved controversial as some fans demanded more rock artists before the Someone You Loved singer intervened.
He responded to festival fans who questioned the headlining decision with a tweet, “f**k ye, it’s a dream come true.”
He quoted trolls to his 1.4 million followers before saying he can’t wait to perform next year.
He tweeted: “Reading and Leeds is a rock festival, what is Lewis Capaldi doing there?”
Lewis Capaldi is not party material.
“F*** you. Dream come true to be a headliner for OfficialRandL next year, see you there.”
He then posted: “It’s crazy that I’m going to rock and roll when I headline Reading and Leeds WTV!”
The followers were quick to respond with their thoughts.
One person said: “The fact that people call it a rock festival is very wrong, since 1990 they only had what was popular back then, there was a lot of pop, rap and other kinds of music there, well done Louis So much the title you deserve, you will destroy it with your love.”
Another person said: “Reading and Leeds haven’t been a rock festival in a long time.
“I’m a big fan of rock and emo and still love your vibe, so I’ll be happy with you at any festival!”
A third person said, “Do a rock version of Doodling.”
A fourth person said, “They’re just jealous because I’m sure you have more talent in your pinky finger than some of those other verbs in their whole bodies. You are amazing Louis.”
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