Quincy Jones Disses MJ, The Beetles & Claims He Dated Ivanka Trump – Details Here!
Quincy Jones has social media wildin out over his claims during an interview with Vulture that when he was 72 years old he dated Ivanka Trump who was then 24 years old. In the interview he also called Trump a “megalomaniac, narcissistic” and a “crazy motherf**ke.” There was not many disagreements there as a lot of us feel that way about POTUS.
But back to Quincy and Ivanka, in the interview he stated, “I used to date Ivanka, you know.” Mr. Jones said Tommy Hillfiger hooked him up with Ivanks 12 years ago and that’s how they started dating. He said “she had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life.” At this point the internet went wild.
The interview continued with Quincy Jones, who when asked about Michael Jackson, stated MJ was greedy. He said “I hate to get into this publicly, but Michael stole a lot of stuff. He stole a lot of songs.” he cited “Billie Jean”, and said it was similar to Donna Summer’s “State of Independence”. “The notes don’t lie, man,” he said. “He was as Machiavellian as they come.” He then went on to call The Beatles, “the worst musician in the world” and “no-playing motherf***ers.”
The interview went on and on with many disparaging statements from Quincy Jones. I’m not sure why Q would want to diss the legendary Michael Jackson or a legendary band like The Beatles. But I do know that Mr. Jones is a legend himself and that he is 85 years old. I also know that this is Black History month and I know that I nor FLOSS Magazine would want to play a role in disparaging and disrespecting another one of our legends.
We’ve seen what the press has done to our other ‘greats’ in the past. Therefore, I hope that Mr. Jones’ handlers would do his legacy a favor and keep him away from the press at this point.
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