Rod Stewart reminisces about creative cocaine usage in new memoir
Rod Stewart's new memoir, "Rod: The Autobiography," was released Tuesday (Oct. 23), and details the 67-year-old Brit's time as a rock star. Stewart came to fame in the '60s and '70s, and has remained a part of our pop culture ever since.
But while the book spends a lot of time reminiscing about the good old days, it definitely isn't G-rated. In a quote from the book that comes courtesy of Spin, Stewart details how he changed the way he took cocaine after he became worried that it would affect his nasal passages and voice. In the end, he decided to get a little creative with how he imbibed.
"We started buying anticold capsules from the chemist's, separating the two halves of the capsules, replacing their contents with a pinch of cocaine, and then taking the capsules anally, where, of course, the human body being a wonderful thing, they would dissolve effortlessly into the system," he writes.
We don't know if we're better or worse off now that we've learned this information, but we definitely look at the aging rocker a little differently now.