"In the '70s they just wanted to have sex. In the '80s they wanted to be near somebody rich." - SLASH
Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash has admitted that he was just too high during the '90s to remember what the groupies were like.
Slash said: "In the '70s they just wanted to have sex. In the '80s they wanted to be near somebody rich. I couldn't tell you about the groupies of the '90s because I can't remember. Now they're pretty innocent or they're scary stalkers."
The Stoke-on-Trent-born guitarist speaks in today's Observer about groupies, drugs and drink and leaving the band due to his alcoholism.
"I was 35 and had to have a defibrillator fitted to my heart," he said.
Slash has also revealed that his latest addiction is cooking shows, though he admits: "I have no patience for cooking, but I know everything about it."
Watch the official video to Slash's latest single, 'Beautiful Dangerous' featuring Fergie, below:
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