Daughter of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, Frances Bean Cobain spoke in an interview with What’s The Tee, and revealed untold truth about her father’s death.

According to Alternative Nation’s report, Frances Bean said:

“I wasn’t told my dad committed suicide until the age of five [in 1997, three years after Kurt’s death] – my mom preemptively sent me to therapy a year before telling me so I could be eased into that conversation.”

Interviewer said ‘I think that’s actually smart’, Frances responded:

“I do too, because how can you explain that.”

Interviewer replied ‘You can’t!’, Frances said:

“You can’t really explain that to an 18-month-old… It’s hard. Weirdly, I’ve found that in my adult life, I’m a very good communicator and I’ve been referred to as a ‘translator’ and can regurgitate other people’s sentiments in a secular way to make them understand and that is absolutely due to the communication skills that I obtained in therapy.

That was really beneficial about my capacity to express myself and talk about my emotions, feelings, and mentality in a commutative, non-intense way.”

She also said:

“I know but it’s like emotional ties because specific stuff will be about me or referencing something that I’m very intimately knowledgeable about or involved with.

“So I can recognize, especially with Kurt’s music, Kurt’s artistry was on another level and as a fellow artist, I can recognize how important and substantial his lyrics, melodies and he was. However, on an emotional level. it’s still like this guy who is like, Santa Claus, like I’m related to Santa Claus. So that’s an emotional tie I-“

Click here to source of the statement. (Alternative Nation)