Mick Jagger Might Leave Nothing To His Kids From His Insane Fortune

The Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger shared details about his fortune, revealing that he most likely wouldn’t be sharing his wealth with his kids. The rocker recently hinted that he doesn’t want to sell the band’s post-1971 music inventory in the latest interview with Wall Street Journal.

The inventory includes albums such as ‘Sticky Fingers,’ ‘Exile on Main St.’ and ‘It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll,’ and names such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Stevie Nicks, David Crosby, and Paul Simon have sold parts of their published media to help their children. Contrary to the other rockers, Jagger will not be leaving any of his fortunes to his eight children. During the interview, he revealed:

“The children don’t need $500 million to live well. Come on.”

Instead of giving all his fortune to his children, he has other plans. He talked about his plans to give it to charity and continued:

“You may do some good in the world. I don’t actually really like business, you know what I mean? Some people just love it. I just have to do it… Because if you don’t do it, you get f*cked.”

So, it is evident that the rocker is planning to give it away for a better cause, although it seems like he still hasn’t planned what charity he would give it to.

Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones is making an addition to their discography with their upcoming album, ‘Hackney Diamonds,’ which is set to be released on October 20. Hear the latest release, ‘Sweet Sounds of Heaven,’ featuring Lady Gaga and Stevie Wonder, below.