Piers Morgan Tells Mick Jagger to ‘Grow a Pair’ After Rolling Stones Remove ‘Brown Sugar’ from U.S. Tour Setlist

Piers Morgan doesn’t think the Rolling Stones should remove the song “Brown Sugar” from their U.S. tour setlist over criticism of racist lyrics.

“Grow a pair, Mick (no apologies to any wokies offended by this phrase), stand up to the woke bullies, and sing Brown Sugar loudly and proudly at the rest of your shows,” Morgan wrote in a column for “Daily Mail”.

The online piece was titled: “I’m getting no satisfaction from seeing the Rolling Stones surrender to the woke brigade when the charts are full of rappers glorifying violent sex, misogyny and guns, why is Brown Sugar the song that’s deemed offensive?” Morgan called the Stones’ move a “cowardly climbdown.”

Piers Morgan doesn’t think the Rolling Stones should remove the song “Brown Sugar” from their U.S. tour setlist over criticism of racist lyrics.

“Grow a pair, Mick (no apologies to any wokies offended by this phrase), stand up to the woke bullies, and sing Brown Sugar loudly and proudly at the rest of your shows,” Morgan wrote in a column for “Daily Mail”.

The online piece was titled: “I’m getting no satisfaction from seeing the Rolling Stones surrender to the woke brigade when the charts are full of rappers glorifying violent sex, misogyny and guns, why is Brown Sugar the song that’s deemed offensive?” Morgan called the Stones’ move a “cowardly climbdown.”

(Excerpt) Read more in: The Wrap

Piers Morgan Tells Mick Jagger to ‘Grow a Pair’ After Rolling Stones Remove ‘Brown Sugar’ from U.S. Tour Setlist

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