The "Champagne Supernova" singer shared a photo of his bruised-up face on Twitter on Sunday, explaining what happened.
Mark Holloway/Redferns Liam Gallagher
"So check this out I fell out the helicopter last night," Gallagher tweeted, adding, "you couldn't [write] it."
"All good," he continued, sharing a photo of his bandaged-up face. "Who said RNR is dead Keith moon eat your drum skin out C'mon you know." (Gallagher was referencing Keith Moon, the late drummer for the Who, who was known not only for his musicianship but also for pulling stunts, and a fair bit of hell-raising.)
So check this out I fell out the helicopter last night you couldn’t rite it all good who said RnR is dead Keith moon eat your drum skin out C’mon you know LG x pic.twitter.com/MSVR1C6EXk
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) September 18, 2021
Gallagher, whose previous band Oasis broke through in America in the '90s with "Wonderwall," made light of the incident, later tweeting that the photo could be the cover shot for his next LP.
"C'mon you nose," he added, a play on one of his trademark Twitter sayings, "C'mon you know."
Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, an Oasis alum who now tours with Gallagher, had some fun at his longtime friend's expense, responding, "God Nose I love yoooo, God Nose I doooo."
God Nose I love yoooo, 🎺🎺🎶 God Nose I doooo 🎺🎶🎶
— Paul Arthurs. (@BoneheadsPage) September 18, 2021
Gallagher also addressed some fans' questions about the incident with vague responses.
When one person asked how he fell out of a helicopter, Gallagher wrote, "You tell me."
Bonehead got the same question, quipping, "Face first."
As far as helicopters go, Gallagher certainly has some familiarity with that type of aircraft. He can be seen successfully disembarking from a helicopter in the video for the Oasis song, "D'ya Know What I Mean?" (see below). Oasis also famously arrived at their Knebworth 1996 concert in a helicopter (a documentary film of the legendary '90s show hits theaters worldwide on Sept. 23).