Mick Jagger, lead singer of British band The Rolling Stones, made fun of the U.S. real estate tycoon and presidential candidate Donald Trump and also said that he enjoyed the “fresh air” in Mexico City during the second concert of the legendary rock band in the capital city.
“Next week Roger Waters will present ‘The Wall’ with the special participation of Donald Trump at the Foro Sol,” said Jagger referring to the favorite to obtain the Republican nomination for the White House in the U.S. elections.
Trump has continued to generate controversies with his comments on immigration since he announced his candidacy for the Republican Party presidential nomination.
The controversial magnate advocates the deportation of more than 11 million undocumented immigrants and the construction of a wall at the border between Mexico and the USA, to block the flow of illegal immigration.
Like during their first concert on Mar. 14, Jagger won over the 60,000 fans at the concert on Thursday with his jokes and comments in Spanish.
The singer, 72, made constant comments about his time in Mexico City and in one in particular he mentioned the air in the Mexican capital city where an environmental alert has been declared by the authorities because of high pollution levels.
After a series of songs, Jagger said: “What a good atmosphere in Mexico, here I always breathe fresh air,” causing laughter from the audience.