A few days ago, Rolling Stones guitarist, rock icon, and apparent immortal Keith Richards laid down a few nuggets of wisdom for the Wall Street Journal.  When you've walked the earth for thousands of years like Keith has, you pick up a few things.  One of the pieces of advice he directed at lead singer Mick Jagger has now elicited an apology from the ancient one.  In his interview with journalist Alan Light, Keith proposed that the "randy old bastard” needs to get a vasectomy.

The suggestion came as a response to questions about 74 year old Jagger's latest child, Baby Deveraux, who was born Dec. 8, 2016.  Keith has since apologized on Twitter, saying:

I deeply regret the comments I made about Mick in the WSJ which were completely out of line. I have of course apologised to him in person."

No worries for fans of the Rolling Stones, as this is far from the first time the legends have had a bit of a quarrel.  According to Keith, “Mick and I live off of this fire between us.”