Liam Gallagher has been blasted for his drug taking – by his own children

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Liam Gallagher has been blasted for his drug taking – by his own children

Liam Gallagher has been blasted by his own kids for taking drugs .

The rocker says he regularly gets told off by his brood Gene, Lennon and Molly who keep him in check.

Speaking to 3am about a scene where he accidentally takes crystal meth in new film Supersonic, he says: “My kids are going to be watching that and they will give me a right telling off.

“It’s like, ‘What the f***?’.”

Liam, 44, has an 18-year-old daughter, Molly, from a previous relationship with Lisa Moorish .

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His 17-year-old son Lennon is from his relationship with Patsy Kensit, and he has a 15-year-old son Gene from his marriage to Nicole Appleton.

We partied with the rocker at the film’s premiere in Manchester which spilled over into swanky Hotel Gotham.

And Liam and girlfriend Debbie Gwyther continued the fun with 50 of their pals until, fittingly for us, 3am.

Liam and Lennon Gallagher, who shouts at him about his drug taking

The film draws on the infighting between Liam and his brother Noel, who was noticeably absent from the celebrations.

But it also shows the lads’ softer sides and times when there was plenty of brotherly banter.

Liam continues: “It’s nice to remind people that we are a band and not a bunch of warring women.”

Liam and Noel Gallagher

Now he’s got a taste for film making, Liam reckons he could do another flick about the life of the band after the epic 1996 Knebworth gigs.

He says: “It would be equally as entertaining, if not better. If you are
going to lose the plot, lose it properly and I think we lost it properly. All that stuff is good.”

"On the current music scene, he added: “There’s no characters. Rock ’n’ roll is dead.”

Liam can be seen accidentally taking crystal meth in the Supersonic documentary

And he obviously includes brother Noel in that, adding: “He’s probably eating tofu right now and having a face peel. That’s what those posh people do.

“We are not cool. I’m cool and he ain’t. But we will be cool at some point.”