Rolling Stone Keith Richards Calls Mick Jagger 'Unbearable' In New Autobiography

Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, and Keith Richards Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, and Keith Richards

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards describes frontman Mick Jagger as unbearable in his soon-to-be published autobiography.

Richards says he and Jagger used to be friends but have been estranged for decades. The details about his strained relationship with Jagger are spelled out in Richards’ book “Life,” which will be published Oct. 26.

In an interview published Friday in The Times newspaper, Richards says he has given up drugs since he required brain surgery after falling from a tree in Fiji in 2006.

He says he and Jagger are discussing another possible Stones tour despite their differences.

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