Music legend Quincy Jones gives creepy account, claiming he once dated Ivanka Trump

Famed music producer Quincy Jones doesn’t lack confidence, that’s for sure.

In an interview this week with Vulture, the 84-year-old music legend displayed remarkable candor that may leave readers wondering just how lucid he really is.

For example, Jones claimed that he used to date Ivanka Trump.


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According to Jones, he dated President Donald Trump’s daughter 12 years ago, when he was 72 and Ivanka was 24.

That’s a half-century in age difference, but what woman doesn’t date a man older than her own father?

Jones was talking about a desire to fix racism in America when he launched into an attack on Trump, blaming the president for stirring things up.

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“It’s Trump and uneducated rednecks,” he explained. “Trump is just telling them what they want to hear. I used to hang out with him. He is a crazy motherf*cker. Limited mentally — a megalomaniac, narcissistic. I can’t stand him.”

And that’s when Jones dropped the Ivanka bomb.

“I used to date Ivanka, you know,” he boasted. “Yes, sir. Twelve years ago.”

The music producer explained that fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger told him Ivanka wanted to have dinner with him.

“I said, ‘No problem. She’s a fine motherf*ucker,'” Jones continued. “She had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life. Wrong father, though.”

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Ivanka Trump was already dating future husband, Jared Kushner, at that time and a source close to the first daughter told Daily Mail: “This story is not true.”

But then, when Quincy Jones is bragging about all the secret things he knows, like who killed President John F. Kennedy, you have to take what he says with a grain of salt.

After saying he knows too much, Jones was asked about something he wished he didn’t know.

“Who killed Kennedy,” he replied, before solving the 54 year mystery for all of America.

“[Chicago mobster Sam] Giancana,” Jones said. “The connection was there between [Frank] Sinatra and the Mafia and Kennedy. Joe Kennedy — he was a bad man — he came to Frank to have him talk to Giancana about getting votes.”

When asked to expand on this revelation, Jones replied, “We shouldn’t talk about this publicly.”

And that’s the way it is.

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