Former Nirvana star and the current member of Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl had a new interview with Jeff Goldberg of The Atlantic and made bold statements about using drugs.

Dave said that he strongly suggests his kids not to use drugs. You can read Dave’s remarks right below, transcribed by Alternative Nation.

“Being a parent, it’s one of the things I tell my kids. When I was young, I thought I could do anything. Honestly, except go to college, I felt I could do pretty much anything. I thought if I just put my mind to it, I’m going to figure it out, and I’m going to do it. I still feel that way. I don’t know, I’m not a director, I don’t know how to make TV shows, but I did a f***ing HBO series.

So it’s funny, I think that we did something that people hadn’t done yet, and I’m very proud of that. But when I was asked to come here to talk today, they said, ‘What are you talking about?’ I said, ‘I haven’t the slightest idea.’ They said, ‘Why did they call you?’ I said, ‘I have no clue.’ That’s kind of how I flew threw life. Kids, stay in school, don’t do drugs.”

 Jeffrey Goldberg asked:

 “Is the actual answer don’t do drugs, or just do the right amount of drugs?”

Dave Grohl responded:

“No, don’t do the drugs. You can’t, no, I’m not saying that. Don’t do the drugs.”

You can watch the whole show below.

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