Happy Mondays’ Shaun Ryder claims he’s being targeted by aliens

Shaun says they ‘keep appearing’ in front of him

Happy Mondays singer Shaun Ryder claims he’s still being systematically targeted by aliens after a UFO landed in his home a few years back.

The Mancunian music icon, who previously hosted the TV series ‘Shaun Ryder On UFOs’ in 2013, said aliens keep appearing before him and he can’t escape them.

Asked if he goes looking for aliens, Shaun said: “I don’t go spotting for it, it just f—ing appears! Once these things are on you, they make you sound like a t–t because they keep appearing in front of you and coming around where you are.

“Obviously, I have to say something and then everyone thinks I’m a c— cos I’m off me f—ing napper.”

Shaun’s continual encounters with extra-terrestrial life, he claims, stems from when a small “spider” UFO spacecraft invaded his home several years ago.

However, speaking to the Daily Star, Shaun says he’s come to accept his plight: “It is how it is, they’re f—ing here – they were here before us, probably.”

Last October, Take That singer turned solo megastar Robbie Williams confirmed he’d penned a song with Shaun Ryder after they had connected over a shared penchant for alien life.

Williams told the Adam Buxton podcast: “I saw bits of Shaun’s UFO show, I’ve spoken to Shaun about it. Shaun told me, ‘Right, it (UFO) was just by a tree in front of me. They come all the time Rob.”

“Me and (Shaun Ryder) have done a song together,” Williams continued.

“Quite often I try and channel Shaun Ryder when I’m writing songs. The song will emerge, plans change all the time, but hopefully sometime in the spring (2021).”

At the time of writing, no further details have been revealed about Robbie Williams and Shaun Ryder’s collaboration.

Former blink-182 star Tom DeLonge recently starred in the second season of Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation; the extra-terrestrial documentary series he executive produces on Sky History.

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