Mick’s bandmate, Stones drummer Charlie Watts, said the frontman is dazed and “not well”.
The 70-year-old singer is reportedly in poor health following the death of his longterm partner L’Wren Scott.
Stones drummer Charlie Watts said, “He’s holding up. He’s okay”, adding, “He’s not really well. He’s not really here. It was such a shock.”
A new report reveals that Jagger learned of the death while having dinner Monday at Coco’s, a restaurant in Perth ahead of the band’s scheduled concert.
Jagger is said to be unable to sleep and so upset he can barely speak.
His fellow Rolling Stones have joined Jagger’s family in supporting him through his grief. Guitarist Ronnie Wood stated, “This is such terrible news and right now the important thing is that we are all pulling together to offer Mick our support.”
Another source close to Mick Jagger said, “Of course there is nothing he could have done, but that doesn’t stop him feeling utterly tormented by the turn of events.”
That is just so sad and you wonder why she didn’t talk to someone before resorting to taking her own life.
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