Mick Jagger might win rockstar dad of the year for his loving 'trolling' of his kids on Instagram.
Nashville Scene editor D. Patrick Rodgers tweeted a hilarious observation about Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger. Jagger is a 74-year-old father of 8 with his kid's ages ranging from mid 40's to 1-year-old. Just because Jagger is an iconic rock star who still tours all over the world, that doesn't stop him from leaving adorable dad comments on his son's Instagram account.
My new favorite thing is Mick Jagger leaving dorky dad comments on his teenage son's Instagram posts. pic.twitter.com/DFEmgwxKp4— d. patrick rodgers (@dpatrickrodgers) May 30, 2018
Jagger's 19-year-old son Lucas' page is sprinkled with hilarious dad comments left behind by Mick. Honestly, we're impressed the guy uses Instagram better than we do. Even if your dad is a legendary rock star, he'll still find a way to be like everyone else's dad on social media. Mick really 'dads' it up using weird emojis (Christmas trees?) or telling his son to 'watch out for the water' at the beach. It's one thing if your dad embarrasses you on social media and only your friends see it, but Lucas Jagger has about 170,000 followers!
Once Rodgers' tweet got some traction lots of people weighed in on his find.
it's so good. I like that one of the coolest men of all time finally fell into full-on middle-age dad mode at the age of like 93— J.R. Lind (@jrlind) May 30, 2018
Can you imagine being like "ugh dad shut up" to the guy who wrote "Jumpin' Jack Flash"— d. patrick rodgers (@dpatrickrodgers) May 30, 2018
I’ve told my daughter this before- Even the coolest humans eventually turns in to somebody’s “Dad” pic.twitter.com/Oh1qXCa1oY— You Got Moxie (@AR_EL_ES_3) May 31, 2018
Even the Today Show thought Mick Jagger's comments were too precious not to share.
Here's the segment.https://t.co/3AQSjBsa3s— d. patrick rodgers (@dpatrickrodgers) June 1, 2018
The only thing that's better than Mick Jagger leaving dad comments is his on Lucas returning the favor on Mick's page.
equally as good: his son returning the favor pic.twitter.com/hrekmBfFIi— noah (@__fondlinson__) May 31, 2018
This father-son commenting back and forth might be our new social media obsession.