Trace made rare comments about his life during an Instagram Q&A
The musician, 34, reportedly got candid in a Q&A on his Instagram Stories on Monday, where he offered insight on how having a "famous family" impacted his career.
While Trace said he loves his family "so much," he thinks his career may have been more fruitful if he hadn't had his family connections.
"I love my family so much, but I think I'd be much more successful if I wasn't part of a famous family. People immediately want to judge me and discredit all my hard work because of who I'm related to. But that's so far from the truth. I got a record deal without anyone from my label even knowing who I was related to 'til after they signed me," he wrote, referencing his former band Metro Station.
"After having such public relationships in the past, I've decided any of my current or future relationships will be much more private," the musician explained. "So even if I did have a girlfriend I wouldn't tell you guys. Sorry."
However, that doesn't mean Trace won't speak on his love for his family.
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On Monday, he opened up about his mother Tish Cyrus' recent wedding to Dominic Purcell on Aug. 19.
"I feel extremely blessed to be part of such an amazing family 🏻 Congrats to my my mom on a beautiful wedding. Life is unpredictable & always full of changes. I think the most important thing to do is cherish the past, look forward to the future, & always be happy in the present moment because that’s really all we have. Yesterday is gone & tomorrow is never promised. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen my mom so happy & that makes me genuinely happy. I love you @tishcyrus 💍❤️🔥🥂," he wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of the singer with his mother and sisters Miley, 30, and Brandi Cyrus.
“My brother flew here to see me !! ,” she captioned the since-deleted image.
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