Billy Ray Cyrus opened on ‘Good Morning America’ about fatherhood and his ‘dark days’. Billy Ray admits that he hasn’t been a perfect parent:
“I did kind of approach being a dad as a friend. I was a great playmate. I mean, for teaching [my children] how to camp and build fires and ride motorcycles and four-wheelers, and horses, and all those fun kind of things. I was really good at that.
As far as sitting down and doing algebra and science, the homework, I wasn’t very good at that. So I look back on it and think, ‘You know what? Maybe, no doubt, I could have been a better dad.’ “
He also shares that he’s sorry for the harsh words he had for the ‘Hannah Montana’ show in a recent magazine interview:
“I love Hannah Montana. I love Disney. I wouldn’t change anything,”
What I meant to say, and what I hope I said was … fame can be a dangerous animal. And it’s a delicate thing. You know, when you get in this industry and … you strike so hard for that moment. But, fame is dangerous.
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