Pharrell Opens Up About Raising Triplets on 'The Tonight Show'
Just days before Despicable Me 3 hits theaters, Pharrell Williams has three on his mind for other reasons. During an interview with “The Tonight Show,” Skateboard P spoke about what it’s like to raise triplets.
“They harmonize when they cry,” he told Jimmy Fallon. “It’s real. Chain reaction is a real thing in our house. One cries. Two cries. Three cries.”
While his triplets are crying, his 8-year-old Rocket is playing “Minecraft.” “Rocket is into architecture now,” he said. “We’re excited about that. He spends so much time on ‘Minecraft,’ that we’re worried. He builds the most amazing little houses on there.”
All of these blessings have only elevated Pharrell’s love for his wife, Helen Lasichanh, and other mothers. “I cannot say enough about women and all kinds of burdens that they carry and the gifts that they carry,” he said. “My wife is everything. I love you baby. She’s the best.”
After gushing about his kids, Pharrell also played a fun and heated game of “Name That Song” with Fallon. The Roots gave them a sample of songs to guess, including Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” and Snoop Dogg’s “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” which he produced and is featured on.