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out of your tree
[You’re out of your tree] is informal and means someone is completely stupid, crazy or mad:
It is not necessarily used to insult but to express surprise and disbelief with what has been said or done.
Paul McCartney Does Not Hold Back With His Response to That Quincy Jones Diss
In August, music legend Quincy Jones spent a portion of his wide-ranging interview with New York magazine’s Vulture bad-mouthing Sir Paul McCartney and the Beatles. In the interview, Jones called the Beatles “no-playing motherf—-rs” who were “the worst musicians in the world,” and seemingly reserved special ire for McCartney himself, calling him “the worst bass player I ever heard.”
Now, in an interview of his own with GQ, McCartney laughed off the comments, saying that Jones is “totally out of his tree.”
He then went on to say that Jones called him personally afterwards to both clear the air and deny ever saying the words.
[Time | 11.09.18 | LINK]
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