Music biz jack-of-all-trades Quincy Jones is 84-years-old. And at that age, you pretty much say, do and feel however you want to.
The music world found that out the Hollywood exposé way during the music veteran’s new tell-all interview with Vulture released on Wednesday (February 7).
Quincy jumps straight into it, snatching the curtain back on music icons both deceased and living, such as Michael Jackson as a covert music thief, Marlo Brandon’s closet homosexuality and even that one time he dated the daughter of White House occupant Donald Trump, Ivanka.
The lengthy interview is a jaw-dropper, indeed, as he shares other juicy details he’s kept locked up in the vault throughout his music industry tenure. It’s all a bit much to take in for one reading.
So allow BET.com to give you only the most piping hot cups of all the industry tea he's spilling and how the internet is gulping it up below.
Quincy Jones went at Michael Jackson too.😂 pic.twitter.com/U9VJ9fKoUQ— |j| (@JVR24_) February 7, 2018
So Quincy Jones knows that Hillary keeps dark secrets AND who killed JFK?— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) February 7, 2018
This interview has it ALL! pic.twitter.com/Sl2SZ4KLBL
From the Quincy Jones interview, regarding who killed Kennedy pic.twitter.com/p1FyRqG5bJ— A Tribe called Blessed. (@Bornjamerican18) February 7, 2018
the quincy jones interview is wild for so many reasons but I am glad to see that BEATLES ARE TRASH is an inalienable truth shared by black folks of every generation https://t.co/JP6gKrxuJ1 pic.twitter.com/GmsrhJfKV7— Aminatou Sow (@aminatou) February 7, 2018
I find it VERY interesting that Quincy Jones has no problem publicly calling MJ a thief, but is hesitant to answer the question about whether or not Bill Cosby's allegations came as a surprise to him.. pic.twitter.com/khDp2qq2tB— King Quenchi (@MrQuenchiAdams) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones spilling all the tea wow pic.twitter.com/l8SM7YDYBx— Romeo Santos (@ByeAshy) February 7, 2018
Very first answer in Quincy Jones’ interview: “Michael Jackson stole a lot of songs” pic.twitter.com/eZKMTvd88x— ❣️ (@xoxoxMinnie) February 7, 2018
Interviewer: You worked with Michael Jackson more than anyone he wasn’t related to. What’s something people don’t understand about him?— GirlTyler (@sheistyler) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones: I hate to get into this publicly, but Michael stole a lot of stuff. He stole a lot of songs.
Me: "I'm staying off twitter today"— Kayla Marie (@Maria_Giesela) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones: "Michael Jackson was a thief" pic.twitter.com/JST8GJoy1z
I'm not even 15% through this Quincy Jones interview and I now know that Michael Jackson stole songs, Quincy is a pieces, oh, and he told who killed John F. Kennedy. pic.twitter.com/UrriLrOYhL— The Excelllence (@TheExcelllence) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones called Michael Jackson plastic surgery being due to some disease BS! pic.twitter.com/7ez2GDweFP— Royal Priest (@MLCHZDK) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones on MJ: "I hate to get into this publicly, but Michael stole a lot of stuff. He stole a lot of songs, Donna Summer’s : State of Independence and Billie Jean. The notes don’t lie, man. He was as Machiavellian as they come".https://t.co/qkyfLjUnjI— 4:44 - 🐝M_Manley1 (@lovewins06) February 7, 2018
Like WTF Quincy? pic.twitter.com/iL4OqaoGtx
Me, reading the Quincy Jones interview pic.twitter.com/annIQgQdNb— ❣️ (@xoxoxMinnie) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones was a wiiiilllllldddddd booooyyyyy pic.twitter.com/z9AkTH45FB— B E A N Z (@PhotosByBeanz) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones dragging the Beatles and calling them some "non playing mofos" but "nice guys though" is the best ever pic.twitter.com/6Z5BcqZOgP— Just call me Shelly (@ellisromance) February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones saying that Paul Allen, the owner of the Seahawks, Trail Blazers, and co-founder of Microsoft can play guitar like Jimi Hendrix pic.twitter.com/AFS1HYgV2d— Vegan Edge (@LeeTRBL) February 7, 2018
lmao Quincy Jones is cold as ice pic.twitter.com/MLTrhpR7PR— i have died (@ChrisCaesar) February 7, 2018
(Photo from left: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images, Kevork Djansezian/Pool Photographer/WireImage)