Mick Jagger is a legendary musician. Jagger is one of the founding members of the iconic band, Rolling Stones. His songs are adored and loved by everybody around the world. Apart from being a marvelous musician, he is also a songwriter & actor. Jagger has also produced a couple of films.
The artist boasts of international recognition for his vocals. Jagger, along with Keith Richards has composed some of the most famous scores for the band. It was because of his unique style and voice that the Rolling Stones became so much famous. Mick Jagger has recently lashed out at fellow musician Paul McCartney.
Mick listed the names of both real and imaginary guests that would attend the live concert of Rolling Stones. He also commented about McCartney that left the audience confused. Let us learn more about the incident below.
Mick Jagger Mock McCartney
The Rolling Stones had a live concert in Los Angeles on Thursday. The event was scheduled to happen at the SoFi stadium. Just as the event was about to begin, Jagger became playful. He stated that there will be a number of important personalities attending the concert today. Jagger took the names of Megan Fox, Kirk Douglas & Lady Gaga.
The musician then acknowledged the presence of Paul McCartney. He mockingly said that Paul would help the Rolling Stones with a blues composition. Most of the fans failed to get the reference. Paul had previously termed the Rolling Stones as a “blues band cover”. This comment reignited the age-old rivalry between Rolling Stones and The Beatles.
Following the comment of Mick Jagger, a portion of the crowd began cheering for Mick. The group abused The Beatles and also turned against McCartney. Both the artists have been in friendly banters previously as well.