Ivanka Trump wanted to have dinner with Quincy Jones and the pair wound up dating, the legendary music producer claims in a new interview.
The supposed relationship happened 12 years ago when the “Thriller” producer was in his mid-70s and Trump in her mid-20s.
“I used to date Ivanka, you know,” he told Vulture in an interview published Wednesday.
Jones says he was approached by fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger — who was working with his daughter, Kidada — who said, “Ivanka wants to have dinner with you.”
“I said, ‘No problem. She’s a fine motherf–ker.’ She had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life. Wrong father, though,” Jones dished.
Neither the White House, where the first daughter is a senior adviser, nor a representative for Hilfiger immediately returned a request for comment.
Trump is rumored to have dated actor Topher Grace and cyclist Lance Armstrong before her relationship with now-husband Jared Kushner, who she started dating in 2007.
Jones brought up the alleged romantic encounter while discussing racial divisiveness — which he blamed on Trump and his supporters.
“Trump is just telling them what they want to hear,” the Grammy Award-winning producer told Vulture in a sweeping interview. “I used to hang out with him.”
“He’s a crazy motherf—-r. Limited mentally — a megalomaniac, narcissistic. I can’t stand him.”
Jones made a series of bizarre claims in the lengthy interview. He claims to begrudgingly know who killed John F. Kennedy, that Microsoft co-founder “sings and plays just like (Jimi) Hendrix” and Michael Jackson “stole a lot of songs.”
His claim that Marlon Brando would “f–k anything,” including Richard Pryor, was later confirmed by the comedian’s widow, Jennifer Lee.
“It was the ’70s! Drugs were still good, especially quaaludes. If you did enough cocaine, you’d f–k a radiator and send it flowers in the morning,” she told TMZ.
Jones also dismissed rumors his pal Oprah Winfrey will run for President in 2020 because the talk TV titan “doesn’t have the chops for it.”
“If you haven’t been governor of a state or the CEO of a company or a military general, you don’t know how to lead people,” he said, although Winfrey serves as CEO for her production and TV networks.