Jason Says He’ll Encourage His Daughters to Sing, Unless . . .

“You don’t want them going out and embarrassing themselves,” he says, laughing.

It's a question all country stars get: Would you want your kids following your footsteps to become stars themselves?

Jason Aldean had an interesting answer when asked at tasteofcountry.com.

“If they’re terrible, that’s where it’s going to get a little sketchy,” he said, smiling.

“If they’re awful and they think they can sing good, then you’ve got to be a parent and be encouraging, but at the same time, you don’t want them going out and embarrassing themselves either!" he said, laughing.

"So we’ll see."

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