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Mick Jagger allegedly wants to fight Paul McCartney over insults from the Rolling Stones, claims from incomplete sources

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It is Mick jagger about to physically fight Paul MCCARTNEY? Rock royalty has been criticizing each other for the past month, and one report says they are ready to take their gloves off. Gossipy cop investigates.

‘Petty Paul throwing rocks again!’

According to the Balloon, McCartney and Jagger are finally about to fight. Their 60-year rivalry has spilled over this month. McCartney looked down on the Rolling Stones as a “blues cover band”, and Jagger isn’t happy about that. One insider says: “Mick considers the guy a pretentious, conceited job that deserves to rot in hell.”

McCartney apparently thinks that Jagger is equally overrated, but Jagger believes that he is far more talented than the Beatle. Jagger is usually quite passive, but has hit a nerve. An insider concludes: “For Mick, the Stones are the best band because they are still together and offer performances while The beatles ran dry After some years. “The tabloid believes the” She’s a Rainbow “singer is ready to smash the” Beatle like a bug. “

McCartney and Jagger Are you ready to fight?

The quotes in this story are all from weeks ago. There have been no fights or spikes in that time, so this story doesn’t make sense. Mick Jagger had the last humorous word when he told a Los Angeles crowd: “Paul McCartney is here. He’ll help us, join us on a blues version later. ”Those sound like the words of a legend with nothing to prove and a sense of humor to boot.

Much has been made of the rivalry between the Stones and the Beatles. Books have been published about it, in fact, but they have always gotten along more well than the media suggests. Jagger provided backing vocals on “‘All You Need Is Love,” while John Lennon and McCartney gave the Stones “I Wanna Be Your Man.” They are old friends.

Jagger and McCartney could box on pay-per-view and make millions, but let’s go now. They will both be octogenarians in a few years and will have much better things to do. This silly and thin story is impossible to believe.

Other false stories

the Balloon repeatedly misses the mark with the Jagger stories. He claimed that he would have his ninth child earlier this year, but that didn’t happen. He exploited the death of Charlie Watts in a story about an alleged blood feud with Jagger. Just because Watts nearly killed Jagger in one hit doesn’t mean they’ve hated each other for 50 years.

Gossipy cop also debunked his story about Jagger fearing death. You don’t go on tour if you are terrified of dying on tour. McCartney’s criticisms certainly got the world’s attention, but he won’t be crushed by them.

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