Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers revealed his daughter once used his Grammy award as a garden shovel.
Following the Grammy Awards on April 3, the bassist recalled the time his then-five-year-old daughter, Clara Balzary, repurposed the legendary award.
“You know how the Grammy looks like an old record player with the horn on it? My daughter unscrewed it and used it as a shovel for the garden,” Flea told LA radio station KROQ.
“He’s been in the dirt all winter,” he added.
Flea won his first Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance for the Chili Peppers single “Give It Away” in 1993.
And while he says “Grammys are great” and is “grateful to win,” he admitted he’s “just not really an awards guy.”
On April 1, the rock band was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the same day they released their 12th album Boundless love.
The album is currently on track to top the weekly UK charts.
If so, it will be the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ fifth UK number one album – their first since 2011 I’m with you.
Read that of the independent Album review here.
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