Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger’s Controversial Decision Leaves Fans Speechless

Rock legend Mick Jagger, frontman for The Rolling Stones, hinted at a departure from the traditional inheritance path for his eight children during a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal. The 80-year-old musician, known for his iconic stage presence, discussed the potential sale of the Stones’ post-1971 catalog, dismissing the notion with a remark about his children not needing a massive fortune to live well.

In a surprising turn, Jagger suggested the possibility of diverting his wealth towards charitable causes, emphasizing the potential impact of doing good in the world. Expressing a lack of interest in publishing an autobiography, Jagger appears to be contemplating a legacy that extends beyond personal narratives.

Reflecting on the evolving landscape of music in the technology era, Jagger noted the possibilities of posthumous ventures, including posthumous business and tours. He acknowledged the advancements in technology showcased by ABBA’s recent virtual show, highlighting the changing dynamics of how music can endure in the digital age.

Jagger’s family dynamic is as diverse as his musical career. With children spanning different relationships, including daughters Karis, Jade, Elizabeth, and Georgia May, as well as sons James, Gabriel, Lucas, and Deveraux, Jagger expressed the joy and purpose he finds in having a young child. He emphasized the support of his “wonderful family” and the relevance brought about by having young children.

The rock icon also revealed that he has five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, providing a glimpse into the expansive Jagger family tree.

In a separate development, The Rolling Stones made waves with the announcement of their first new music in 18 years. The album, titled “Hackney Diamonds,” is set to debut on October 20 and boasts an impressive lineup of guest stars, including Elton John, Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, and Bill Wyman. This release adds another chapter to The Rolling Stones’ enduring legacy in the world of rock and roll.



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