Liam Gallagher has recently admitted that he “stacked it” while playing a Simpsons video game on his VR headset.
In an interview with Absolute Radio the musician stated that he "stacked it" while playing the game on his Oculus Quest 2 VR headset - which nearly resulted in an even worse injury than when he fell out of a helicopter.
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Last year Gallagher fell out of a helicopter after his performance at Isle of Wight Festival; resulting in injuries that stopped him from performing in future shows.
Speaking on Absolute Radio, Gallagher said: “I’m in The Simpsons thing, you’re in The Simpsons shop selling people food and stuff and all of a sudden, I’ve got right into it and there’s a counter and I’ve lent on the counter to have a little chat with a dude, and I’ve stacked it.
"Nearly smashed my face in again on the island. (His 18-year-old son) Gene’s grabbed me. I’ve ended up in the fridge.”
Oculus Quest 2 VR is wrecking my wig— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) January 29, 2022
He then explained that his VR days are now over: "It’s no good. I’ve had to pack it in,” he told Dave Berry.
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Gallagher had previously told Radio X presented Chris Moyles that he "wouldn’t have minded going that way" following his helicopter accident. He said: " ‘It’s better than slipping on a chopstick innit? Banging your head on the TV, remote control and all that, that’s a crap way to go innit?"
He's also commented on his age and how that's impacted his rock and roll lifestyle, saying: "‘When I’m singing, there’s no smoking and I don’t drink dairy on the day. I just have jasmine teas. It’s good for the throat. When that’s done, then I go back to how I am."
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Liam's interview on Absolute Radio is due to air on the Dave Berry Breakfast Show on Tuesday February 8.
You can listen to the Dave Berry Breakfast Show Monday to Friday from 6:AM on Absolute Radio.
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