“Q” Delivers A Wild, Wild Interview!
Legendary Music producer Quincy Jones has given a crazy – and probably 100% honest – interview with Vulture.com – with candid comments that are both shocking and wildly entertaining!
“Q” claimed in his freewheeling interview that he “used to date” first daughter Ivanka Trump, who he called “a fine motherfucker” who “had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life.” Then he added: “Wrong father, though.”
The 84-year-old record producer then said that President Trump was a “crazy motherfucker” who is “limited mentally — a megalomaniac, narcissistic,”.
This amazing interview is blowing up the internet…Jones revealed who killed JFK (“[Chicago mobster Sam] Giancana”) and also discussed alleged affairs that Actor Marlon Brando had with Richard Pryor! His quote about Brando:
“He’d fuck anything. Anything! He’d fuck a mailbox.”
Pryor’s Widow Confirms The Story!
This wild interview just keeps getting more interesting.
Richard Pryor’s widow told TMZ on Wednesday that her late husband did indeed have sex with Marlon Brando!
Pyror, who died in 2005, wouldn’t be ashamed, according to his widow Jennifer, who said she plans to soon make public his diaries in which he wrote about his bisexuality. As she told TMZ:
“It was the ’70s! Drugs were still good, especially quaaludes. If you did enough cocaine, you’d fuck a radiator and send it flowers in the morning!”
Jones is a 28-time Grammy winner, and produced many of Michael Jackson’s greatest albums. In the interview, he clearly says that Jackson used music he didn’t write himself – as he told Vulture, Jackson:
“stole a lot of songs,” including “Billie Jean” and “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough.” “Greg Phillinganes wrote the C section,” he said of the noted session keyboardist on the latter. “Michael should’ve given him 10 percent of the song. Wouldn’t do it.”
Wow! This article is blowing up – and you can see it here:
Aside from producing Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones produced The Brothers Johnson and their incredible song “Strawberry Letter 23”:
The entire album is great 70’s funk/soul – see the music video here:
Bravo to “Q” for opening up about so many controversial topics!
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Thanks for that link, John. What a great interview by Quincy, even though he does mention Bono AND Geldof! His honesty about Michael Jackson and The Beatles was so refreshing to hear, I almost jumped out of my chair!
Best wishes, Pete.
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As he said in his story, he’s got no reason to hold back!
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