Call it a ‘Beast of Burden!’ The daughter of Mick Jagger, the classy and delightful model, Elizabeth Jagger is seemingly having an infestation problem. Jagger would buy the sprawling 4.9 million dollar Los Angeles home from pop superstar Lady Gaga last August. The home has seven bedrooms, is 6,700 square feet, and comes equipped with creepy crawlies. The latter is what Jagger is looking to take care of as the home is now enveloped in red and black fumigation tents.
While it is not known what pests are being exterminated, the pest control company in charge of the assignment handles bed bugs, fleas, termites, and ticks. Only a swimming pool, as well as a patio, are the only areas that aren’t closed off. Photos courtesy of TheDailyMail and Diggzy/JesalREX can be seen below.
During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the long-time bandmate of Mick Jagger, the incomparable Keith Richards, who recently revealed this hiatus bombshell, would discuss a wide variety of topics. Here, the legendary Rolling Stones bandmate revealed how fellow rock and roll icon and co-founder of The Beatles, Paul McCartney sent him a note to clarify his comments after a controversial portion of an October 2021 interview with The New Yorker where McCartney called The Rolling Stones a “Blues cover band”. Credit to Rolling Stone for the below quote.
I got a note from Paul about that saying “I was taken totally out of context.” He said, “That’s what I thought when I first heard them.” Because Paul and I know each other pretty well, so when I first read it I said, “Ah, there’s been a lot of deleting and editing going on here.” And the next day I got a message from Paul saying “If you’ve read this shit, it’s all out of context, believe me, boys.” So I take it to that, you know?