Mick Jagger swipes back at Paul McCartney’s ‘Rolling Stones is cover band’ comments WATCH

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For around six decades, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones have had a friendly rivalry. And just last month Paul McCartney took a cheeky jab at Mick Jagger’s band. In fact, the 79-year-old referred to The Rolling Stones as a cover band.

Speaking with The New Yorker, Paul McCartney said: “[The Beatles’] net was cast a bit wider than [The Rolling Stones]. 

“I’m not sure I should say it, but they’re a blues cover band, that’s sort of what the Stones are.”

In response, Mick Jagger has taken a quick swipe back at McCartney during The Rolling Stones concert in Los Angeles on Thursday.

The 78-year-old was recorded addressing the audience saying: “There’s so many celebrities here tonight.”

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