Quincy Jones sat down for an epic profile with GQ in which he tells riveting stories about Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Michael Jackson and nearly avoiding getting murdered by Charles Manson's followers. But one of his biggest admissions in the piece is just how many romantic relationships he's got cooking.
"I got 22 girlfriends," the thrice-married music mogul told writer Chris Heath.
They live far and wide, he said.
"Cape Town. Cairo. Stockholm—she's coming in next week. Brazil—Belo Horizonte, São Paulo, and Rio. Shanghai—got a great girl over there from Shanghai, man. Cairo, whew."
The ladies in his life apparently know about each other.
"Yeah, I don't lie," he insisted. "And it's amazing—women get it, man. Don't you ever forget they're 13 years smarter than we are. Don't you ever forget it."
Quincy is 84 and apparently doesn't like anyone older than half his age. And he'd go younger if his daughters weren't around to check him.
"Well, my daughters gave me new numbers, because they kept saying, 'Dad, you can't go out with girls younger than us.' I said, ''Y'all are not young anymore.…' So the new numbers are 28 to 42. They gave them to me."
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