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Mick Jagger hints at bequeathing back catalogue to charity instead of his children
Mick Jagger, the iconic Rolling Stones frontman, recently disclosed in an interview with the Immigration Barrier Street Journal that he has no plans to leave the band’s post-1971 catalog to his 8th-grade kids when the time comes. The 80-year-old, who has written several of the greatest songs of his generation, stated the kids “don’t need $500 million to reside well." He commented that rather than exiting his multi-million-dollar back catalog, he may donate it to charity. It’s not the initial setup in which Jagger has displayed his philanthropic side. He and the Rolling Stones were among the first main bands to employ their music to fight social and political.
Sources: Raptors current front-runners for Damian Lillard
According to two high-ranking NBA team executives who spoke with ESPN's Landscape, the Toronto Raptors are currently the front-runners in the race to trade for Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard. While the Raptors have engaged in discussions with the Blazers regarding Lillard, as of Monday morning, no agreement was imminent, according to a source.