Here’s How Mick Jagger’s Black Daughter, Whom He Once Disowned, Came To His Rescue
A biographer once described Mick Jagger as having a “weakness for Black women.” He’s dated several women of other races in the past, including his ex-wife of 8 years, Bianca Jagger, who is Nicaruaguan and his ex-girlfriend/mother of his oldest child/retired Black model, Marsha Hunt…
MICK JAGGER ONCE DENIED HIS DAUGHTER
Mick didn’t always accept his Black daughter (who is now 45 years old) with Marsha Hunt (both pictured above in throwback pic). Back in the day he was reportedly in love with Marsha and the result of their relationship was their daughter. But check out what Mick Jagger did to his little girl and how she eventually came through for him when he needed someone the most>>>
MICK JAGGER’S DAUGHTER CAME TO HIS AIDE AFTER HIS GIRLFRIEND COMMITTED SUICIDE IN 2014
According to DailyMail, Mick Jagger broke up with his then-girlfriend, Marianne Faithfull, in 1969 and moved Marsha Hunt (pictured above L) into his Chelsea, London home. Marsha soon became pregnant with their daughter, Karis. But by the time Karis was born in 1970, Marsha was already out of the house and Mick’s then-new girlfriend (who later became his wife), Bianca, had moved in.
Soon after Karis’ birth Jagger denied she was his child and even had his lawyers claim that Karis wasn’t his, so he reportedly wouldn’t have to pay child support. He eventually got his mind right when Karis (pictured above as a baby with her mom, Marsha Hunt; and pictured below as an adultin pic with Mick) was about 12 years old or so. And as far as we know, Jagger’s been in her life ever since.
KARIS JAGGER IS NOW 45 & NEVER TURNED HER BACK ON HER FATHER THOUGH AND WAS THE MAIN ONE THERE FOR HIM AFTER HIS GIRLFRIEND COMMITTED SUICIDE IN 2014:
Via Dailymail: Karis [pictured below walking with Mick Jagger]..Mick’s eldest child, was firmly by her father’s side when they laid his long-term girlfriend [and fashion designer] L’Wren Scott [pictured in above photo hugging Mick Jagger] to rest, after she was found hanged in New York on March 17. Karis and her family also played centre stage at the funeral. She read a poem and her young children, Mazie and Zak, read psalms at the service.
It was to Karis’s home in Los Angeles that Mick made his way after L’Wren’s death. She helped her broken father to organize the brief farewell to the fashion designer, and took charge of organizing the intimate gathering after the ceremony at LA’s Sunset Tower Hotel with the rest of the family.
KARIS JAGGER’S WEDDING PICS
And Mick even walked Karis down the isle at her 2000 wedding…see pics of Mick with Karis’ husband below…
Mick Jagger’ his son-in-law; his daughter, Karis Jagger; and Karis’ mother, Marsha Hunt…
OLD SCHOOL FUN FACT: The Rolling Stones’ 1971 mega-hit, “Brown Sugar,” was inspired by guess who??? You guessed it- Marsha Hunt.
In case y’all needed a reminder about the Rolling Stone’s “Brown Sugar” lyrics, their listed below-. Although I must admit that as a African American man, I personally find it offensive to hear Mick singing about Black women who are fresh off of a slave ship and how their slave owners had their way with them because – as Mick sang- the “Brown sugar…taste so good…just like a Black girl should.” That may be some type of wet dream for Mick and the rest of the Rolling Stones, but fantasizing about beautiful Black Queens being raped by slave owners is not my idea of a good time…but hey, that’s just my opinion. Anyways, check out the “Brown Sugar” lyrics below:
“BROWN SUGAR” LYRICS
Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields/ Sold in a market down in New Orleans/ Scarred old slaver knows he’s doing alright/ Hear him with the women just around midnight
Brown sugar/How come you taste so good?/ Brown sugar/ Just like a young girl should
Drums beating, cold English blood runs hot/ Lady of the house wonderin’ where it’s gonna stop/ House boy knows that he’s doing alright/ You shoulda heard him just around midnight
Brown sugar/ How come you taste so good, now?/Brown sugar/Just like a young girl should, now
Get along, brown sugar/ How come you taste so good, baby?/ Got me feelin’ now, brown sugar/ Just like a black girl should
I bet your mama was a tent show queen/ Had all the boyfriends at sweet sixteen/ I’m no schoolboy but I know what I like/ You shoulda heard me just around midnight
Brown sugar/ How come you taste so good, baby?/ Brown sugar/ Just like a young girl should, yeah
I said, “Yeah, yeah, yeah/ How come you, how come you taste so good?/ Yeah, yeah, yeah/ Just like a, just like a black girl should/ Yeah, yeah, yeah”