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Bono: My Daughters Are a 'Pain in the A--'

2010 Atlantic Council Awards Dinner
U2 frontman Bono speaks after being awarded the Distinguished Humanitarian Leadership Award during the 2010 Atlantic Council awards dinner at the Ritz Carlton Hotel on April 28, 2010 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)more pics »Bono (Getty Images)Like father, like daughters. Irish rocker Bono opened up about his charity work with Us Weekly, and revealed that in his two daughters that are growing up to be activists just their dad.

When talking about how to impart his belief on to his children, Bono said it was more a matter of his children teaching him. "My kids are kids are teaching me all the time," said the U2 lead singer. "I have two girls [Jordan and Memphis Eve] who are both activists. They're a total pain in the ass. If you think I'm a pain in the ass, they're worse."

"They will not accept that the loss of life that we take as the way things are in these far off places when they know it's so simple to change things," continued Bono. "We just have to really want to."

Bono has been recovering after ungeroing emergency back surgery, which saw him being forced to cancel U2's US tour. For those that are wishing they could have been there, the bands is putting out a live DVD, U2 360 At The Rose Bowl.

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  • Bono in 2010 Atlantic Council Awards Dinner
  • Bono in 2010 Atlantic Council Awards Dinner
  • Bono in 2010 Atlantic Council Awards Dinner
  • Bono in 2010 Atlantic Council Awards Dinner
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