Keith Richards Belittles Jagger's ... Manhood
Mick's got a 'tiny todger,' strummer writes in new book
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser User
Posted Oct 19, 2010 2:39 AM CDT
The cover of Keith Richards' new autobiography, "Life."   (AP Photo/Little Brown and Co.)
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(Newser) – Size does matter ... as evidenced by the ever-larger rift cracking open between Keith Richards and Mick Jagger. Richards claims in his new autobiography, Life, that the strutting Stone isn't the most well endowed guy on the block. But what he lacks downstairs he makes up for in ego, claims Richards, who calls Jagger "Your Majesty" and reveals he doesn't much like the man he's performed with for 48 years. It could all just be sour cojones; Jagger had a brief fling with Richard's ex-lover, Anita Pallenberg, notes ABC News. It was Pallenberg who told Richards that Jagger had a disappointing "tiny todger," the book claims.

Jagger's ex wife, however, insists the singer has provided her with plenty of satisfaction. "Mick is very well endowed and I should know because I was with him 23 years," Jerry Hall, 54, said on BBC radio. "Keith is just jealous." Hall, who has four children with Jagger, dumped her hubby for sleeping around.