“Eddie Money may have risen to rock-star status decades ago, but when it comes to his kids, he still sounds like a cop.”
So writes the New York Post‘s famed Page Six column today, about Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q‘s recent interview with the former NYPD officer.
During the spirited discussion, Eddie squeals on his only daughter, aspiring pop tart Jesse Money, for a recent offense that had previously fallen under the radar.
After telling Marq that the 20- year-old is “probably gonna get a [record] deal in the next year,” he says:
“But the apple don’t fall far from the tree. She got a DUI on New Year’s Eve, so now she can’t drive for a year…Gotta live and learn, baby!”
Eddie’s domestic exposé doesn’t stop there, however.
Soon after insinuating that Jesse, who came in last on MTV’s Rock the Cradle – a 2008 reality series featuring the offspring of music legends like Olivia Newton-John and Kenny Loggins – is superior to established pop stars, Eddie tosses her under the bus.
“She’s got an old soul. I’m not knocking Britney Spears or Jessica Simpson, but my daughter is more of a torch singer from the 60s,” says the Two Tickets to Paradise singer.
Then he adds, “I don’t really know what Jessica’s gonna do. She’s out of her mind.
“She’s got a boy- friend, and the trouble’s starting. They both drink like fishes.”
To read the Page Six story, click here.
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