Richard Pryor’s widow confirms he slept with Marlon Brando
Fox411: Richard Pryor’s widow Jennifer has confirmed claims made by Quincy Jones, that her husband had a sexual relationship with the ‘Godfather’ actor Marlon Brando.
Richard Pryor’s daughter Rain come swinging in Quincy Jones’ claims of her deceased father had sex with Marlon Brando.
The music producer claimed in a long interview with the Vulture that Pryor was among the sexual partners of the “Godfather” of the actor is Brando.
“Brando used to go to cha-cha dancing with us,” Jones told Vulture. He could dance his a– off. He was the most charming mother f—you ever met. He would f— something. Nothing! He would f— mailbox. James Baldwin. Richard Pryor. Marvin Gaye.”
Rain stated on Facebook that he is “losing his mind and decided to garner publicity for himself with a sensational interview.”
“Daddy don’T have relationships with Brando. There were no trips to the South Pacific Oasis, no flowers or love notes between them. Not even for a movie role,” she wrote.
Rain, whose mother is Shelley Bonus, also took a stitch in her father’s widow, Jennifer Pryor, who, according to Jones got it right.
“It was in the years ’70!,” Jennifer Pryor told TMZ. “Drugs were still good, especially Quaaludes. If you do not have enough cocaine, you would f— with a radiator and send flowers in the morning.”
The rain hit the woman with whom her father had married from 1981-1982 and again from 2001 until his death in 2005.
“My father is the so-called widow validated, because they need to keep legitimizing themselves and tarnish our father, even after he is dead. They hated [Qunicy Jones] and Daddy,” the famous offspring wrote.
In an additional Facebook message on the same day, Rain mentioned she is certainly her father’s, and Brando does not have a sexual relationship.
Rain said she was “outraged” by the claims.
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