Wrong father, though.” Jones also doesn’t think his friend Oprah Winfrey should run for president. “If you haven’t been governor of a state of the CEO of a company or a military general, you don’t know how to lead people,” he said. He is now famous around the world for impersonating one of the world’s most beloved entertainers.Contrary to popular belief, it was not the life ambition of Cortes to become a Michael Jackson impersonator.
Michael Snoddy and Jackson made headlines in the Spring of 2016 when photographers spotted a confederate flag tattoo on Snoddy.In fact, he has admitted that he did not even know people made a living impersonating celebrities until he was around 20 years old.Cortes has admitted to being a fan of Jackson’s music as a youth.Wrong Father, Though' “Everything was something to be proud of — absolutely,” he said. Since I was very young, I’ve played all kinds of music: bar mitzvah music, Sousa marches, strip-club music, jazz, pop. I didn’t have to learn a thing to do Michael Jackson.” Here are 13 wild takes from Jones’ Vulture interview. I used to date Ivanka, you know.” said, ‘Ivanka wants to have dinner with you.’ I said, ‘No problem. I said to them, ‘Look, you got to make the music better than we did on the originals.’ That didn’t happen.
The legendary record producer called Donald Trump a “crazy motherf–er. She’s a fine motherf–er.’ She had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life. It’s up there with ‘We Are the World.'” Also Read: Quincy Jones at Royalties Trial: ' I'm Not Suing Michael Jackson, I'm Suing Y'all' “It’s just loops, beats, rhymes and hooks. The greatest singer in the world cannot save a bad song.