Liam Gallagher has revealed all in a brand new documentary, claiming among many things he ‘snorted his own skin’.
The Oasis frontman is known for his outspoken ways, constantly voicing his controversial thoughts on social media for the world to see.
Now, 10 years on from the band’s split, Liam Gallagher is providing an even greater insight into his rock ‘n’ roll ways in new documentary As It Was.
The documentary begins with Oasis’ 2009 split, which Liam claims spiralled from Noel jumping on his guitar, going on to cover his divorce from Nicole Appleton and his solo career.
The most bizarre part of the documentary though comes when the 46-year-old admits to snorting his own skin to see if it gave him the same high as cocaine. I’m sorry, what?!
As per The Sun, the Liam Gallagher said:
I had psoriasis and people thought it was cocaine. People thought I was scratching it off my head and snorting it and rubbing it on my gums and sh*t. So I thought I’d give it a go.
Surprisingly, it ‘did nothing’ for him. Who would’ve thought, eh?
The singer says he still takes cocaine, although he has cut down from the eight grams he used to take before going on stage.
I only take two grams of coke before I go stage. I used to do eight.
He also admits to not being able to have just one drink, saying he regularly downs up to 30 pints. Yikes.
These aren’t the only revelations to come from the documentary though, with Liam stating he believes a greater being was responsible for the creation of Oasis.
Recalling how the band got together in their mum’s cramped house in Burnage, Manchester, the singer mused how someone somewhere ‘was making plans’.
There some f*cking activity going on that we weren’t aware of. Whether it’s aliens or spirits. But we were going to be in this world-famous band. Someone was making plans.
As It Was also delves into the brothers’ ongoing feud, with Liam stating he wanted to ‘break [Noel’s] f*cking jaw’ for blocking his brother from using Oasis songs throughout the documentary.
The documentary premiered on Thursday night (June 6) at London’s Alexandra Palace and will be released on Monday (June 10).
It’s available to pre-order now if you want to hear all about his skin-snorting antics, although I’m not sure why you’d really want to.
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A Broadcast Journalism Masters graduate who went on to achieve an NCTJ level 3 Diploma in Journalism, Lucy has done stints at ITV, BBC Inside Out and Key 103. While working as a journalist for UNILAD, Lucy has reported on breaking news stories while also writing features about mental health, cervical screening awareness, and Little Mix (who she is unapologetically obsessed with).