Entertainment ‘I can be a d---head’: Liam Gallagher on music, family and his brother

14:53  11 january  2018
14:53  11 january  2018 Source:   9News.com.au

Liam Gallagher reveals why he can't say 'don't do drugs' to his children

  Liam Gallagher reveals why he can't say 'don't do drugs' to his children Liam Gallagher says he has not been the perfect role model to his kids with his "f*****g divorces and all that s**t, and getting into scraps and not speaking to your brother".When asked by Junkee to reveal some of his parenting skills, the Oasis singer said that he can't tell his children – Lennon, 18, Molly, 20, Gene, 16, and Gemma, 4 – "don't do drugs" as he does not have a "leg to stand on" as he is still doing drugs at the age of 45.

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I've always been a massive Oasis fan. I love their songs, their attitude, and their rock-n-rollness.

Noel and Liam Gallagher's onstage and off-stage expressions of brotherly "love" have been something to behold over the years and, like millions of others, I was dismayed to see the whole shebang finally implode almost a decade ago.

Liam has, of course, released a fabulous album, As You Were, and has been in Australia playing a bunch of Falls Festivals, the Hordern and Nova's "Red Room" in Sydney.

He also did a few interviews - one of which with yours truly.

I've seen him in action before where he's ripped a few people's heads off and it was with some degree of trepidation that I rocked up to Sydney's Langham Hotel for a face-to-face encounter with one of rock n' roll's most revered and sometimes abrasive characters.

I'd had to promise I wouldn't discuss his relationship with his brother (oops) and I certainly didn't know what to expect.

Check out the video above for the full, warts-and-all encounter with Liam Gallagher.

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