Music legend Quincy Jones has made recent outrageous claims in interviews with GQ and Vulture magazine.

The producer, who worked on Michael Jackson’s classic albums Off the Wall, Thriller and Bad, has sparked ridicule on social media for his comments.

Believe him or don’t, we’ve shortlisted the top seven bizarre quotes, purely for your entertainment:

1) He knows who killed JFK.
When asked during the interview: “What’s something you wish you didn’t know?” Jones abruptly responded with: “who killed JFK.”

Despite the history books placing the blame on Lee Harvey Oswald, Quincy claims the crime was in fact committed by American mobster, Sam Giancana. Sorry Quincy, looks like we better recall the GCSE History textbooks ASAP.

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2) He used to date Ivanka Trump
Referring to the President of the United States’ daughter as one “fine mother-fucker”, the 27-time Grammy winner claims he dated Ivanka after being introduced by Tommy Hilfiger.

As you do.

Despite the allure of his long-legged daughter, Quincy remains firmly against Trump and believes he is a “narcissistic megalomaniac”.

3) He has 22 girlfriends.

While many of us may struggle to secure one, 84-year-old Quincy Jones claims he’s got a staggering 22 “lady friends” on the go.

Residing in all corners of the globe, from Cape Town to Stockholm and Cairo to Shanghai, Jones admits they all know about each other and are satisfied with the arrangement.

But the Lothario doesn’t stop there, also claiming the age range of his girlfriends is between 28-42, making even the oldest one half his age.

We’re just waiting for Q to hang up his producing boots and pen a “romance survival guide”.

And why not? He’s turned his hand at almost every thing else.

4) Michael Jackson ‘stole’ songs

When asked about MJ, Quincy told interviewers: “I hate to get into this publicly, but Michael stole a lot of stuff. He stole a lot of songs. ‘State of Independence’ and ‘Billie Jean’.

The notes don’t lie, man. He was as Machiavellian as they come.”

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5) The Beatles were the worst musicians in the world

Ignoring their record-breaking, chart topping success, Quincy referred to the Beatles as: “No-playing motherfuckers.”

He added that Sir Paul McCartney was the “worst bass player I ever heard”. Ouch.

6) Oprah Winfrey would make a bad president

When asked by Vulture if his friend, Oprah Winfrey, would make a good president he decided: “No, she would not. “She shouldn’t run,” he decided. “She doesn’t have the chops for it.”

7)He saw his friend’s head fall off at the age of 14

According to the music maker, at the age of 14 he was in a car with four of his friends when a bus hit them, killing all of them apart from himself.

On the incident, Quincy said: “His head fell off. I mean, I almost had a heart attack. See your friend with his head off? Shit.”