Mick Jagger says his kids dont need $500 million as he hints he may give away their inheritance Mick Jagger’s eight children might not find this information appealing.
In a recently published interview with the Wall Street Journal, the iconic musician discussed the Rolling Stones’ business matters as the band prepares to release their first album of original material in 18 years.
Jagger acknowledged that although he doesn’t particularly relish dealing with the business side of the music industry, it’s an essential aspect of their career.
Over the years, the Stones have amassed significant wealth from their touring endeavors. When asked if there were any intentions to sell their music catalog from 1971 onwards to increase their earnings, Jagger firmly stated that it wasn’t in the cards.
The rock legend went on to express that his “children don’t require $500 million to lead a comfortable life” and hinted at the possibility of donating his fortune to charity at some point in the future, according to the interview.
Jagger’s eight children, Karis, Jade, Elizabeth, James, Georgia May, Lucas, Gabriel, and Deveraux, range in age from six to 52.
Despite being 80 years old, Jagger acknowledged that there are still opportunities to generate income in the music business.
“As it stands, you can even have a posthumous business,” he quipped. “You can even arrange for a posthumous tour.”