Forget Cocaine, This Rocker Splurged On Game Consoles

Forget Cocaine, This Rocker Splurged On Game Consoles

Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher (above, cardboard) spent much of the 1990s under a blizzard of cocaine. Now, he’s older. And apparently buying toys.

According to the Daily Star (yes, I know), the 39-year-old Gallagher spent £3000 ($4600) on toy helicopters, remote control cars and game consoles.

Which sounds like an awesome to blow £3000.

Supposedly, all the toys are for Gallagher, who told a source, “I’m a big kid at heart, I enjoy boys’ toys, what can I say?”

Liam’s brother and former Oasis songwriter Noel doesn’t dig video games that much, blaming the London Riots on video games and once saying Guitar Hero was “better than two goblins trying to f**k a donkey up the arse with a laser beam”. He did once have a Space Invaders tabletop cabinet and did drugs off it.

Rock’n’roll, people, rock’n’roll!

Liam Gallagher recently released an album with his new band Beady Eye, and Noel Gallagher has since gone solo, releasing an album of his own.


Top photo: Adrian Dennis/AP


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