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15 Times Machine Gun Kelly Talked About Being A Dad

The 31-year-old artist’s daughter Casie is his whole world.

Kids in our generation understand our kids better because we were the misunderstood generation, so our kids are gonna grow up OK.

“I remember I was with her every day for the first two years of her life. And all of a sudden, that fame button hit, and from two, on, I wasn’t there.”

“When she was born and she was in the house that she lived in, that was a wild neighborhood that she grew up in. Before I got enough money to move them out of that house. I was doing whatever to make it happen for her.”

It’s something really different — it makes you look at life really different when you wake up next to a child.

This is all stuff that I’ve never dealt with, but it’s also the most touching thing ever, because I’ve never known — this one is for life. It’s real love.

“I work extra hard to be the best father I can because I wasn’t really happy with the relationship I grew up with having with my dad.”

It’s not about the time that’s made between us, it’s about the memories made.

Do good, break the stereotype, don’t let these kids grow up how we grew up. Show them something happy, man. Keep them away from the TV, put a f—ing basketball in their hands. Let them go outside, feel the world.

“What’s cool about this now is that people look at me as inspiration to be better fathers to their children, and that’s what I’m talking about. That’s what I like to see. I love to see our generation, which is set up to fail, not fail.”

My daughter wears my merch shirts to sleep every night and I f—in melt.

Two connecting flights and still no sleep but ima make it to my daughter’s recital tonight believe that !!

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“People gotta understand that as wild as I am, I still have to go home at night and there is still someone sitting there like, ‘I’m six years old and can’t handle you being as gnarly as you are.’”

“[My music] is my gift as a father to my daughter. Here’s something that you can listen to that still has my pain in it and still is teaching you something that I want you to know.”

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I think I suck at talking, but the one thing I can do is move my pen, and if that’s how I gotta speak to my daughter, then let me do that.

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