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KISS bassist Gene Simmons has reportedly sold his kidney stone for charity.

“I passed a kidney stone and I put it on eBay for charity,” the musician told The Today Show’s Kathie Lee Gifford last week. “I got $15,000.”

Simmons did not reveal which charity he will give the money to.

In the same interview, the rocker went on to talk about how men need to step up to the responsibility of being fathers.

“Men need to be men and stop acting like little boys. When you have children, it is not just your responsibility to be their friend but to be their father. Step up and give them the guidance so that when they grow up, they know how to treat girls. As men… we need to grow up and become the fathers we wish we had.”

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