Quincy Jones: Michael Didn't Want to Be Black

July 3, 2009 By:
Quincy Jones: Michael Didn't Want to Be Black

Michael Jackson's longtime friend and producer Quincy Jones has come forward with a shocking claim: Michael "didn't want to be black."

Quincy says he didn't believe Michael was suffering from vitiligo, a condition which changed the color of his skin, but he wanted to change the alter his appearance.

Quincy told Details magazine: "I don't believe in any of that bulls**t, no. No. Never. I've been around junkies and stuff all my life. I've heard every excuse. It's like smokers - 'I only smoke when I drink' and all that stuff. But it's bulls**t.

"You're justifying something that's destructive to your existence. But when somebody's hell-bent on it, you can't stop 'em.

"What his face turned into is ridiculous. Chemical peels and all of it. And
I don't understand it. But he obviously didn't want to be black. You see his kids?"

Jeez have some remorse man! Michael hasn't even been buried yet and Quincy is already giving interviews calling him a "junkie" and slamming his looks.

Sure Michael was a little different, strange even, but he was still the same Michael we all grew to love--black or white. Have some respect Quincy!