Paul McCartney Says He and John Lennon Masturbated Together

Lawrence Kim
September 13, 2018

"Hard day's night - Paul reveals Beatles' sex secrets", also made the cover.

In 1968, The Beatles put the title to their upcoming single, "Hey Jude", on the front of their record label's boutique store in London.

In fact, quite why Paul McCartney is sharing this news with people now is a little baffling - it's not like he needs the publicity for his new album, 'Egypt Station', after all.

He then claimed that someone called out the name of the French actress Brigitte Bardot before they 'thrashed a bit more'.

The word "jude" (Jewish in German) conjured up bad memories in the post-Nazi era, and Jews in London had enough to deal with, the man fumed.

When asked if the "ritual" took place a few times, McCartney said: "I think it was a one-off". "You'll hear when you hear the record, it's just a name in a song and it's all cool".

McCartney and Lennon were very close friends for over twenty years until Lennon's untimely death in 1980.

He said the event happened in their pre-fame days, on a day spent at Lennon's house with a group of friends. He was quoted saying they were "no-playing motherfuckers.the worst musicians in the world" and criticized McCartney's skill as a bassist dubbing him "the worst bass player I ever heard".

"Beatlejuice " 4. A bounty of "Come Together" jokes5. I said, 'Hey, Quince!' 'Paul, how you doing, man?' 'I'm doing great-how are you, you motherf***er!' I'm just jiving with him. "You were!' I really wasn't, but if everyone thinks you were, then maybe you were".

"[We were] over at John's house, and it was just a group of us".

The Beatles legend met the tragic singer at the European MTV awards in Liverpool in 2008, three years before her untimely death at the age of 27 from alcohol poisoning. But it was good harmless fun.

"Not even Brigitte Bardot", the Beatle added.

"The thing is, these stories, particularly Beatles stories, they get to be legendary, and I do have to check - wait a minute", said McCartney. You know I love you guys!'

Now we know why they called themselves the BEATles!

"You're all in the same barracks. There were sexual encounters of the celestial kind, and there were groupies", said McCartney, who added that he's just "not into orgies".

You can read the full GQ interview here.

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