Mick Jagger's Son Has Cheeky Response to Dad's Wild Dance Moves

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We know Mick Jagger has the moves, but one of his sons wants to know what has gotten into his famous dad.

The Rolling Stones frontman recently shared a video of himself busting a move during a night out at a bar, and his 24-year-old son Lucas Maurice Morad-Jagger had a hilarious response to the perfectly unhinged clip.

The video, shared to Mick's Instagram page earlier this week, showed the rocker getting down to the very fitting Maroon 5 track "Moves Like Jagger." Mick, 80, definitely reminded fans what the song was written about, as he displayed his killer moves while going all-out on the dance floor in the clip.

"Moves like who !…" he aptly captioned the Instagram post.

After seeing the video, Lucas simply had to chime in, commenting under his dad's post, "Dadda WHO PUT U UP TO THis."

Fans were loving the comment from Lucas, with one user replying to say, "😆🕺🏻Dadda is the man!🕺🏻🕺🏻."

"let the man groove 😭🕺🏻," someone else playfully lamented.

Even the Instagram account for Maroon 5 couldn't help but react to the clip, calling Mick a G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time) in an emoji-filled comment that read, "THE. 🐐. 🙌."

Lucas is one of Mick's eight children and the second-youngest of all the legendary musician's kids. Lucas was born to Brazilian model Luciana Gimenez Morad in May 1999.

The "Gimme Shelter" singer first became a dad in 1970, when he and former actress Marsha Hunt welcomed daughter Karis Hunt Jagger, now age 53.

Mick is also a father to 52-year-old daughter Jade Sheena Jezebel Jagger, whom he shares with ex-wife Bianca Jagger. He later went on to wed Jerry Hall (though their marriage was unofficial), and the pair welcomed four children together: Elizabeth Scarlett Jagger, 40, James Leroy Augustin Jagger, 38, Georgia May Ayeesha Jagger, 32, and Gabriel Luke Beauregard Jagger, 26.

Mick welcomed his youngest son, Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger, 7, with his current partner, Melanie Hamrick, back in 2016.

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