Quincy Jones Says He Dated Ivanka Trump

Quincy Jones, the man with 22 girlfriends at this point in time, claims he once dated Ivanka Trump.

Quincy Jones sat down with Vulture for another wide-spanning interview in celebration of his upcoming Netflix documentary and CBS special. If she and Jones really went out a dozen years ago, he was 72 years old and she was 25. She's a fine motherf--er.' She had the most attractive legs I ever saw in my life.

Q said he used to hang with Ivanka's dad too, but his memories were not almost as fond - "He's a insane motherf***er". CNN has reached out to Ivanka Trump's representative for comment and has not heard back.

The producer also noted that he "used to hang out' with the 36-year-old fashion designer's father, Donald Trump". He's a insane motherf*****. "Limited mentally - a megalomaniac, narcissistic", Jones said. "Working with him and (Live Aid genius) Bob Geldof on debt relief was one of the greatest things I ever did".

Now, Jones has spoken to Vuture for another wide-ranging and jaw-dropping conversation, and this time he has none less than The Beatles in his sights.

"It's because there's a side of her [Hillary Clinton] - when you keep secrets, they backfire", Jones said.

"I used to kill him about the plastic surgery, man", Jones said. "He stole a lot of songs", Jones told Vulture. He was as Machiavellian as they come'. "And Ringo [Starr]? Don't even talk about it". Famous people are not necessarily interesting interviews - has Justin Bieber ever said one amusing thing? - but after reading Jones' recent Vulture interview, I would pay any price for access to a podcast where he just shares fun, outrageous stories featuring the world's most beloved pop culture figures. The Beatles Were "The Worst Musicians in the World " When asked about his first impression of The Beatles, Jones said, "They were the worst musicians in the world". Then on the last two days, Stevie Wonder came on with his band and made Paul come up and play with him - he's good, man.

Jones alleges the president's assassination was the handiwork of Mafia figure Sam Giancana, who many believe shored up votes for Kennedy during the 1960 election.