Jamie Foxx EXPOSES How Oprah SOLD HIM OFF To Quincy Jones (VIDEO) Full story 👇👇

Oprah: “She says, ‘You’re blowing it.’ I said, ‘What do you mean?’ She says, ‘You got an opportunity to do something great, walk into the history books, and you’re blowing it. And I need to help you with it.’ I asked her what I needed to do, and she took me to Quincy Jones’s house.”

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Having been introduced to Quincy and going to his house was surreal. I sat there, sort of frozen. Recently, Rose McGowan called out Oprah on Twitter over her past associations with some controversial men. Given Jamie Foxx’s status in the industry, you’d assume he’d keep quiet about Hollywood’s behind-the-scenes dealings, but no—recent rumors suggest he’s been spilling some major tea.

Forget Quincy Jones as the gatekeeper of industry rituals; Foxx might be throwing another name into the mix: Oprah. And get this, rumors suggest she might have set up Foxx to be taken advantage of by Jones. It’s intense, right? This is just the beginning.

When we talk about Oprah, everyone sees her as a total icon, right? But truth be told, there’s a whole side to her flying under the radar. Sure, she’s been in a couple of policy debates, but there’s this deeper, darker side to the controversies surrounding her. That’s why Jamie Foxx’s supposed bombshell revelation got social media in a frenzy, questioning how she could be linked to setting him up with Quincy Jones. Surprisingly, there’s some real substance to that claim.

Jamie Foxx, the man with an Oscar, Grammy, and a bestseller memoir, has been in the entertainment game for ages. In a recent chat with Scott Evans from Access Hollywood, he spilled the beans. Picture this: 2005, Foxx is on Cloud 9 after rocking the role of Ray Charles and snagging that Academy Award for Best Actor. But his celebration turned into an endless party. Who comes to the rescue? Oprah Winfrey, randomly giving him a call to drop some advice and set him straight.

Jamie Foxx, thinking Oprah was just looking out for his best interests, finds out she had some sneaky plans up her sleeve. According to him, she straight up tells him, “You’re blowing it.” During one of their casual hangs, Oprah is like, “Let’s get real here,” and decides to take him somewhere to make him realize the weight of what he’s doing.

“Listen, man, you’re doing good. We just don’t want you to blow it, baby.” So, we go in the house, and there are all these old black actors from the 60s and the 70s. She takes him to none other than Quincy Jones’s crib. Imagine this impromptu intervention scene she sets up at the home of the legendary record producer. Foxx recalls the moment he was praised for his work on Ray but criticized for everything else.

Oprah, with anticipation, asks if he’s ready to meet the person she’s brought for him. Surprise, it’s Sidney Poitier. Poitier reminisces about seeing Foxx at a party, prompting Foxx’s confirmation. Poitier admits that Foxx’s performance made him grow artistically, comparing it to a toenail growth and promising to share something meaningful with him.

Foxx getting the heebie-jeebies from Jones might seem random, but trust me, it’s a big deal. Quincy Jones is the real deal—legendary producer, musician, songwriter, the whole shebang. They even call him the Black Godfather of the industry, and for good reason. Quincy’s track record is a who’s who of the music scene: Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, Rufus and Chaka Khan, and the king himself, Michael Jackson.

But why is he always making headlines? It’s not just the music magic. There’s something about Quincy that’s kept him in the spotlight for decades. There’s always been speculation about Quincy’s sexual preferences, with some wild claims that he nudged guys into gay relationships to boost their Hollywood game. I know, sounds scandalous, right? And the list of supposed flings linked to Quincy is like an endless scroll. But if we’re talking about the juiciest bits, two names always take the spotlight in Quincy’s romantic saga: Tupac and the Fresh Prince himself, Will Smith. Word on the street is that Quincy Jones might have pushed them into his own version of Hollywood sleepovers.

This kind of murky connection with Quincy apparently left a mark, with whispers that he was trying to, you know, share his preferences. Flashback to an interview with Tupac, the guy spilled the beans, claiming Quincy popped the question about some intimate backside matters. But here’s where it gets wild—that interview, poof, gone from the entire internet. Like, vanished. Conspiracy or not, it takes some serious clout to wipe out a chat like that. And since Tupac’s not around to give us the 411, Quincy seems to have pulled a Houdini on the whole situation, leaving us to connect the dots.

Even Napoleon, when grilled about the supposed link between Tupac and Quincy, straight up shut it down in an interview. He denied the whole shebang and went into full-on defense mode for Jones. But you know how it goes—some folks out there still have a memory like a steel trap, holding on to every word Tupac spilled in that interview, no matter how hard anyone tries to sweep it under the Hollywood rug.

This isn’t the first time Tupac expressed his frustration with Quincy about his actions back in the day. Tupac didn’t hold back on venting about a bunch of folks in an interview, and Quincy Jones was on the receiving end of some seriously bold remarks. Considering how tight Tupac and Quincy were during Tupac’s career, there’s speculation that Quincy might have tried pulling some moves on him, if you catch my drift. They were so chummy that Tupac was even thinking about ditching Death Row Records for Quincy’s label before his untimely death.

Now, connect the dots. If Quincy made those moves on Tupac, can we really believe Jamie Foxx got a pass? Doubtful. That might be why Foxx decided to spill the tea on both Quincy and Oprah. Now, questioning if Oprah had a hand in Quincy taking a liking to Foxx might feel skeptical, but hold on—this isn’t Oprah’s first rodeo when it comes to being in the mix of some messy situations.

Remember that British actress Kadian Noble? She dropped a bomb, claiming Oprah was basically in cahoots with Harvey Weinstein’s exploits. According to Noble, she was wowed when she first met Weinstein at a London event where he was chilling with supermodel Naomi Campbell, and Oprah was hanging off his arm like they were the ultimate trio. Noble spilled the beans in a teary press conference in Manhattan to discuss the sex trafficking lawsuit she filed against Weinstein, sharing how she initially thought Weinstein had something fantastic in store for her when she met him in London.

Fast forward to Cannes in 2014—Noble innocently brings her showreel to his hotel room, thinking it’s all business. But surprise, surprise, once inside, Weinstein doesn’t give a hoot about her showreel. Instead, he starts getting touchy-feely while casually throwing in the idea of hooking her up with a modeling agency in London. Noble joins the lineup of actresses and models claiming Weinstein crossed the line, using promises of career boosts to get what he wanted. And this is someone Oprah’s been rubbing shoulders with for years.

Quick recap for those not in the loop: Harvey Weinstein, big-shot American filmmaker, became the poster boy for the #MeToo movement. You know, that whole wave exposing sexual harassment and assault. Rewind five years, and what had been gossip in Hollywood’s back alleys finally went public. Explosive articles spilled the tea that Weinstein had been messing with and harassing loads of women for years. The guy wielded his power like a bully, strong-arming them into keeping quiet.

Ronan Farrow spilled major details in The New Yorker in November 2017. It turns out Weinstein wasn’t just sitting around twiddling his thumbs. He went all out, hiring this British-Israeli detective squad called Black Cube to shut down those abuse allegations. Picture this: undercover agents with fake IDs, shady meetings with journalists and actresses like Rose McGowan, and a whole web of espionage to keep things under wraps.

Weinstein had Black Cube, Kroll, and a bunch of other agencies on speed dial, all working to dig up dirt on dozens of people and even creating psychological profiles that dug deep into their personal and professional histories. Weinstein reportedly tried pulling Woody Allen, Ronan Farrow’s father, into his mess, hoping Allen would help shut down Ronan from exposing the claims of sexual assault against him. Allen, though, decided to sit that one out and declined to get involved.

But that’s not all—Weinstein wasn’t just twiddling his thumbs. He apparently roped in Black Cube again to put the squeeze on journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, the ones digging into the allegations against him. According to Kantor, a Black Cube agent went undercover, posing as a women’s rights advocate, trying to manipulate the situation. Kantor even went to Hillary Clinton for help, but the politics of it all got tangled.

In October 2017, The New York Times and The New Yorker reported that more than a dozen women accused Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault, or rape. Many other women in the film industry subsequently reported similar experiences with Weinstein, who denied any non-consensual acts. As a result of these allegations, Weinstein was dismissed from his production company, suspended from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He also resigned from the Director’s Guild of America and was denounced by leading political figures he had supported.

The Los Angeles Police Department opened a criminal investigation for alleged rape, and New York and London police

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