Quincy Jones has been taking over headlines this week with his shocking revelations about dating Ivanka Trump, Richard Pryor's sexual history and most notably the time spent working and producing for the King of pop, Michael Jackson.

Quincy recently chopped it up with Vulture for quite an interview, where he told the publication that the late Michael Jackson was “as Machiavellian as they come” and “greedy.” He explained how MJ stole songs that were his biggest hits such as “Billie Jean,” and “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough.” 

Quincy even made comments on Michael's plastic surgery habits saying his excuse doing going under the knife for “some disease” was “bullshit.” 

“He had a problem with his looks because his father told him he was ugly and abused him. What do you expect?” he added.

Having said such negative things about MJ and his legacy, it was only a matter of time until someone fired back at the 84-year-old. Londell McMillan who was a friend and lawyer to MJ, tweeted that he doesn't agree with how Quincy handled the interview, adding: "Celebrities need therapy, too."

MJ's daughter, Paris Jackson, has been very vocal in the past anytime the media speaks about her family, especially her father. We're guessing she's next to have a thing or two to say on Quincy's claims.