It appears that Jagger’s kids have plenty of satisfaction in their lives, so they don’t need Daddy’s money when he passes away.
In a new interview with WSJ Magazine, the 80-year-old rocker says that the Rolling Stones haven’t made any plans on what to do with their post-1971 music catalogue — which includes the albums Tattoo You, Steel Wheels, Black and Blue and next month’s Hackney Diamonds — but he hinted that it could be used to help various charities.
But despite having kids that range in age from six to 52, Jagger says: “The children don’t need $500 million to live well. Come on.”
“You maybe do some good in the world,” the father of eight added.