Gavin Rossdale Says His Kids Would Be 'Crazy' to Go Into Music, Wants Them to 'Contribute to Society'
By Alex Ungerman
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When it comes to music, Gavin Rossdale doesn't want his children to follow in Mom and Dad's footsteps.
The Bush frontman, and Gwen Stefani's ex-husband, opened up on the U.K.'s ITV show This Morning on Monday, where he confessed that he thought the former couple's three kids together -- 10-year-old Kingston, 8-year-old Zuma and 3-year-old Apollo -- would be "crazy" to go into music.
"I'd say go into tech, do something like that," the 51-year-old rocker shared. "I have so many children, it's my responsibility to make them so they contribute to society as opposed to take away from society."
"So whatever they do is fine by me, they’ve just got to be positive, cool people," he added. "That's all I care about."