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February 08, 2019

Mark Wahlberg says he will go back to prison if Justin Bieber ever dates his 13-yr-old daughter

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Most celebrities, if not every single one, have admitted living a wild life when they were young. Mark Wahlberg is no different.

In the 90’s, Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch, the group he was in, was very influential in the music industry, placing Good Vibrations at the top of many music charts in 1991 and earning a nomination for a Grammy Award in 1993.

Since he knows how wild things can be, the least he wants is their children to get into a romantic relationship with a young celebrity. Providr reported that he set that clear during his visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

In it, he confessed that he invited a well-known celebrity to his house to have dinner and that his oldest daughter, Ella, pointed out she was going to marry him one day.

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Joking, he pointed out that both of their daughters would marry him over their dead bodies and that he would go back to jail before letting that happen.

He was talking about the 45 days he spent in Suffolk County Deer Island House of Correction after pledging guilty to assault in the mid-80s for attacking two middle-age Vietnamese.

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Due to the fact that Walhberg didn't say the name of his guest, DeGeneres asked who he was but all he did was giving some hints, including that he is a musician, has been in the show before, and is Canadian.

DeGeneres then said that it was Justin Bieber. Wahlberg told her he never said it was Bieber and that it could be Brian Adams or The Weeknd. It was pretty obvious he was talking about Bieber, though.

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He finally told his daughters he would collaborate with his guest just to embarrass them and they were ‘completely appalled.’

The principal reason he went to the show was to promote his latest film titled Patriots Day, which addresses the story of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. It was released in January 2018.

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