In an interview with Vulture Magazine that covered everything from his time mentoring Michael Jackson to his thoughts on the Kennedy assassination, famed music producer Quincy Jones claimed, bizarrely, that he once dated Ivanka Trump.
According to Jones, he met Trump through American fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, who was working with both Ivanka and Jones' daughter Kidada back in the early 2000s.
They went out on one date but Jones just couldn't stand Ivanka's father, and the relationship went no further.
“No problem" Quincy says he replied to the dinner request. "'She’s a fine motherf***er.'” "She had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life. Wrong father, though," he said of the pair's alleged untimely split.
If Jones is telling the truth, the age gap between the two would have been significant at the time of their "date": Jones, now 85, would have been 73. Ivanka would have been 24. But he never indicates that what Ivanka actually wanted was a dinner date, rather than just a meal with a potential mentor — and from the rest of the interview, it's not entirely clear that Jones always relates situations exactly as he experienced them.
Because, it turns out, his story about Ivanka isn't the weirdest part of the interview. Here are his thoughts on who killed JFK.
He also says that the Beatles were the "worst musicians in the world," and that Marlon Brando would "f*** a mailbox."
He might be right about the Beatles.