Liam Gallagher has revealed he would rather be ‘in pain’ than get a hip alternative after affected by arthritis.
The former Oasis frontman, who has the situation resulting from a thyroid downside, admitted he’d rather preserve the mirage of youth as a result of ‘stigma’ surrounding the operation.
The 49-year-old added that he would rather have his spouse Debbie push him round in a wheelchair.
Gallagher stated his situation has acquired so unhealthy he now has to take ‘herbal sleeping tablets’ to go to sleep which have ‘saved my life’, and might not jog on Hampstead Heath resulting from his situation.
“My hips are f—ed… I’ve got arthritis, bad,” Gallagher informed Mojo journal. “I went to get it checked and my bones are mashed up.
“The girl was going, ‘You might need a hip operation, a replacement’ – no approach. ‘It’s not as unhealthy as you suppose, the recovery will be a pair of months’.
“You’re all proper… I believe I’d rather simply be in pain – which is ridiculous, clearly. I do know that; simply get them mounted.
“But it’s also the stigma, saying you’ve had your hips replaced… What’s next?”
Though the father-of-four confessed he was ‘on the downwards slide’, he added the ‘one in a million’ probability he might die through the operation is sufficient to make him ‘rather be in a wheelchair, with [wife] Debbie pushing me around, like Little Britain’.
Liam and elder brother Noel Gallagher, 54, shot to worldwide fame in the 90s with band Oasis, which quickly turned the most important rock band in the world.