Dave Grohl 'adopts' a fan during a gig, says 'I'll be your daddy'

Foo Fighters star Dave Grohl has decided to adopt a fan after seeing the fan hold a sign saying "No Dad-Be Mine?"


                            Dave Grohl 'adopts' a fan during a gig, says 'I'll be your daddy'
Dave Grohl (Getty Images)

Foo Fighters star Dave Grohl has gone viral for all the right reasons. He supposedly "adopted" a fan at a gig. The Foo Fighters were performing the track 'Big Me' when Grohl noticed a fan holding a sign which read "No Dad- Be Mine?" 

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Grohl told the fan, whose name is Landon, "What? Dude, I have three kids. You wanna be my fourth kid? For the next four minutes. I’m gonna fucking, I’ll be your daddy."

This was followed by an emotional performance and an embrace between the two before Landon told the audience, "I hope this is the best show that you’ve ever been to ’cause it certainly is for me."

As reported by The Houston Press, Landon said, "I came here like, you know what, this is my first time being in the pit, I gotta do something, I want to get this guy’s attention because Dave Grohl is like, my idol. So I think, hey, let me make a sign and I felt like it would get his attention. I didn’t want to (show) it in the beginning, so I did it in the end and it worked out."


"I’m being completely serious when I say I’ve dreamed about that exact thing happening for year," he went on to add. 

This follows another show on their current tour where fans saw Grohl lose his mind over the impressive guitar skills after he invited the fan up on stage to perform the song 'Monkey Wrench'.

"I came here like, you know what, this is my first time being in the pit, I gotta do something, I want to get this guy’s attention because Dave Grohl is like, my idol. So I think, hey, let me make a sign and I felt like it would get his attention. I didn’t want to (show) it in the beginning, so I did it in the end and it worked out."

"I’m being completely serious when I say I’ve dreamed about that exact thing happening for years," he continued.