Jagger Denies ‘Satisfaction’ To Be Used In Viagra Commercial

Jagger Denies ‘Satisfaction’ To Be Used In Viagra Commercial

The Rolling Stones have been forced to ‘categorically’ deny reports that the band has signed a deal for their iconic hit ‘Satisfaction,’ to be used in an erectile dysfunction advertising campaign.

Speculation that the Stones will announce their retirement at the end of the current tour, has lent credence to the story.

In 1995, Jagger negotiated a $3ml fee from Microsoft for the rights to use Start Me Up to launch Windows ’95.

A spokesman said “Mick and Keith have called the story ‘fake news’ and hopefully that will put an end to this silly rumour”.

Some music journalists however, are querying why the song’s authors haven’t personally denied the reports, during any of the band’s press calls.

“It’s also unlikely they’re going to sell Honky Tonk Women to the divorcees of New York city,” one journalist said in response to the spokesman’s rebuttal, “but having somebody else say so when you could say it yourself, just gives it legs”.