In what's becoming something of a modern World Cup tradition, Brazilians are closely following every team the 70-year-old rock star supports with an eye at mocking him for apparently casting bad spells on his picks.
At a concert in
At a show in
Earlier in the World Cup, Jagger suffered some good-hearted ridicule after taking to
While Brazilians may laugh at Jagger, they love his music. The Stones' 2006 concert on
Jagger also loves Brazilians, having fathered one 15 years ago with former Brazilian model
Brazilians' obsession with Jagger's soccer insights, or lack thereof, began four years ago at the World Cup in
Earlier in that tournament, he had already earned a reputation for losing picks by showing up in the stands with
Whether Jagger tempts fate and offers up another prediction this World Cup is anyone's guess.
But if he does, Brazilians are begging it's not for them. Within hours of
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