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Mick Jagger is out here in these streets doing some very Mick Jagger things.

The Rolling Stones frontman is a known fan of Arsenal F.C. In fact, he attended the club’s match on Sunday, March 12 while they were on the road against Fulham F.C. at their home pitch Craven Cottage. Eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice Jagger in attendance. However, upon further review, it was noticed the 79-year-old father of eight was wearing a hat that had the phrase “DILF” embroidered on it. (“DILF,” of course, is an acronym for “Dad I’d Like to F—.”)

Perhaps, this is a fun time to mention Jagger is also a grandfather of six and a great-grandfather of three.


Understandably, Jagger’s hat received some funny reactions online. One Twitter user wrote, “I see Mick Jagger trending, and I get nervous, then I see him at the @Arsenal match with a ‘DILF‘ hat on. That’s a true freaking rockstar! The man is almost 80, and he still has smashing on the mind. Go get em Mick! Ladies beware.” Another user wrote, “Mick Jagger wearing a ‘DILF’ hat at the Arsenal-Fulham match is some big d— energy.” (Honestly, that user isn’t wrong.)

For what it’s worth, Arsenal defeated Fulham 3-0 at the game, so perhaps Jagger’s hat is lucky. (We all know he is in more ways than one.)


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Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well-versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice. #TransRightsAreHumanRights

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