HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Veteran music producer and arranger Quincy Jones, who is responsible for some of the greatest songs and albums in history, is staking all sorts of odd claims in an interview with Vulture magazine.
Jones, 84, says he dated First Daughter Ivanka Trump in 2006 and praised her "beautiful legs." He is 48 years older than her.
During that interview, Jones also says guitar hero Jimi Hendrix was afraid to play with his band, that he "chickened out."
Jones also says he knows really killed President John F. Kennedy, alleging that it was mafia boss Sam Giancana. But the outlandish claims keep coming.
Michael Jackson stole a lot of the songs in his catalog, including "Billie Jean," according to Jones in the Vulture interview. Jones, who produced Jackson's once record-setting "Thriller" album, called Jackson greedy and "Machiavellian."
In addition to those claims, Jones also refers to the members of The Beatles as the worst musicians in the world.
Comedian and 93.7 FM The Beat radio show host Rudy Rush shares his opinions on the interview with Isiah Carey.