Red Hot actress Chili Peppers has revealed that her daughter used her Grammy as a shovel in the garden.
The 59-year-old singer shares the humorous story of her eldest daughter, Clara Balzary, now 33, slipping a gold gramophone out of the house to the garden and using the horn as a tool when she and five years.
Speaking on LA KROQ radio, he said: “Grammys are great, but after we won our first Grammy, like three years later, my mom is said, ‘Michael, where’s your Grammy?’, and I was like, ‘I know,’ Mom, I put it somewhere. ‘
“Months later, my gardener came out from behind the yard, in the garden, and you know what the Grammy looks like in the old horned actor? My daughter was a laid out and used it as a shovel for the garden. It was out there in the ground all winter long. It was in the ground all winter and other things. “
The ‘By The Way’ actor – who also has Sunny, 16, and ex Frankie Rayder – has won six Grammy awards with his teammates, but admitted the awards were not the reason he entered the music industry.
When asked how he celebrated his success at work, he joked: “I usually throw acid about six or seven times, strip naked, paint my whole body with lipstick, and run. on the street I cry like crazy … that every day. ”
RHCP has just returned with their new album, ‘Unlimited Love’, which looks set to hit the UK this week, when they were recently honored with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
‘Under the Bridge’ – composed by contemporary composer Anthony Kiedis, drummer Chad Smith and guitarist John Frusciante – were all present to receive the award, and Flea said he was “grateful” to welcome a star to a unique tourist destination because the street is “always a part of him.”
He said: “When I was in high school, I walked down this street playing the trumpet at the Hollywood High. … I know this street outside, and this street knows me. And time and again. When we were around the world, this Street has always been a part of me. And I’m very grateful that we can now be a part of it. “