The Rolling Stones co-founder Mick Jagger was recently interviewed by Jason Newman of Rolling Stone this week. Mick talked about his recently made collaboration with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl as well as the people who insist on not having a coronavirus vaccine.

As you might already follow our recently published articles that Mick and Grohl released a surprising duet named ‘Eazy Sleazy‘ yesterday, and it was released on every streaming platform as well as on the official YouTube channel of The Rolling Stones legend. He did not forget to thank Grohl for jumping on drums, bass, and guitar and stated that it was a lot of fun working with him on the song.

In the interview, Mick was asked why he decided to write about conspiracy theories by clearing the air about him being a Donald Trump, and he claimed that he was never a fan of the former president. He also shared what he really thinks about anti-vaxxers.

Here is what Mick said:

“Even a country like France that prided itself in the 18th Century on rationality is the most anti-vaccine country in Western democracy. It’s not as if vaccines are a new thing. When I was a child, which was a really long time ago, people would die from polio.

They would just not be there the next day. And that’s been eradicated through vaccines. These poor children were either dead or crippled, and I had lots of friends like that. Would you rather have a vaccine if you had a child or would you rather their legs not work?

You can’t argue with these people. So that’s how I got to the conspiracy theories; through the anti-vaxxers. Even I didn’t mention it in that verse; I probably should’ve though since I just went off on it.”

You can check out the latest song of Jagger below.

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