After all these years, Paul McCartney reveals the Beatles sex scandal secrets! The New York Post comes out with an explosive front page highlighting that story titled: "Beat The Meatles". According to Paul McCartney, John Lennon and him masterbated together with a group of friends. This was in their "pre-fame days" where they would hang out at Lennon's house and a group of friends would be sitting around, in the dark; one would start masterbating and then the rest would follow. McCartney told GQ magazine in an interview about the incidents: "It was just a group of us,” he said. “And instead of just getting roaring drunk and partying — I don’t even know if we were staying over or anything — we were all just in these chairs, and the lights were out, and somebody started masturbating, so we all did.”
We find out after all these years that they truly "got off with a little help from their friends". Maybe these occasions inspired the song. There are a lot of hidden meaning in the Beatles songs and we could have just discovered another nugget here with McCartney's latest reveal.
Gripping front page... pic.twitter.com/jeK86lEB2w— VBTheWise (@VBTheWise) September 12, 2018
In addition to the house "parties" at Lennon's house, McCartney did reveal some other behind the scenes occurances like their groupie escapades and whether or not they engaged in orgies. McCartney said: “There weren’t really orgies, to my knowledge,” he said. “There were sexual encounters of the celestial kind, and there were groupies.” “There was once when we were in Vegas where the tour guy, a fixer, said, ‘You’re going to Vegas, guys — you want a hooker?’ We were all, ‘Yeah!’ And I requested two. And I had them, and it was a wonderful experience. But that’s the closest I ever came to an orgy.”
McCartney went on to discuss some of Lennon's experiences: “I remember there was someone in a club that he’d met, and they’d gone back to the house because the wife fancied John, wanted to have sex with him, so that happened, and John discovered the husband was watching. That was called ‘kinky’ in those days,” he said. “So I think maybe John experienced a bit more of that than I did. Tell you the truth, I just didn’t fancy it, that kind of thing. Someone else’s wife? I definitely wouldn’t want the husband to know.”
To read more about the Beatles "sex scandals" out of GQ magazine, revealed by Paul McCartney, you can read on HERE!
What did you make of the New York Post's front page cover though? Too much? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. Kim & VB discuss their thoughts on Boston's Morning Show: