Rolling Stones frontman SIR Mick Jagger is convinced Yoko Ono banned her late husband John Lennon from seeing his rocker friends because she deemed them a "bad influence".

The BROWN SUGAR singer enjoyed partying with the former beatle when he separated from Ono in 1973.

But after Lennon got back together with her 18 months later (74), Jagger never saw him again.

Recalling when the pair split he says, "(John and I) had some funny times. We got really drunk and we went out on sailboats and we just sat around with guitars and played.

"When he went back with Yoko, I was probably considered one of the 'bad influences', so I was never allowed to see him after that."