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Reply #120 posted 05/13/16 7:02pm

Tami3121

I appreciate Tyka's post. But many fans/fams have somehow felt "left out". I hope there's a world wide purple celebration of his life where we all feel part of it. grouphug

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Reply #121 posted 05/13/16 7:57pm

babynoz

Tami3121 said:

I appreciate Tyka's post. But many fans/fams have somehow felt "left out". I hope there's a world wide purple celebration of his life where we all feel part of it. grouphug



Hugs to you too. It's fine to want to feel included so long as we remain respectful as you have done. She explained that there will be a forthcoming opportunity to participate.

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.

Imagine everybody from lawyers to reporters, law enforcement, family members, friends, and all manner of wannabees and hangers-on all bombarding you with requests and demands in the midst of an ongoing court case and two separate investigations, not to mention random people saying all kinds of nasty things about you on social media when all you tried to do was offer an explanation?

And only a few days ago somebody handed you your brother's remains in an urn.

Your brother....not a superstar entertainer....your brother.

Let's think about that for a moment.

Just about two months ago somebody handed me an urn with my brother's remains, so I know how it hurts.

I just wish people would stop for a minute to realize and appreciate the enormity of what Tyka is coping with, that's all.

Prince, in you I found a kindred spirit...Rest In Paradise.
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Reply #122 posted 05/13/16 8:20pm

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DreamRose311 said:

You're reading way too much into this. The quote where she uses the word "authorized" was an official statement released a week or so ago, and I think the point of that statement was soley to say that the gathering they did on the Friday afterward, that had been reported by the stupid media as the official memorial service, was simply a gathering that happened, but it wasn't the family's actual plan for a memorial... I think in response to concerns that maybe that was all they were going to do. That statement was released before any other memorials or gathering had even started taking shape. As she says, she supports all gatherings and acknowledges that everyone grieves in different ways...

Hmm I'm not buying it wasn't the official family funeral. They had funeral type flowers in big pots that they brought out and handed to the fans that were around. To me it sounds like "fans" are giving her shit because the fans haven't had a way to pay respects but that's not even true. There have been tributes and memorials all over the place. Several clubs where I live had Prince parties etc. Tyka, if you're reading this THROW A PURPLE PARTY !! Not a funeral. You already did that and those of us who are reasonable understand that.

Even if that is what she is saying (which I don't believe she is), so what??? Do you really think fans are her priority right now. She's dealing with the loss of her brother. Give her another year or so before you start bitching.

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Reply #123 posted 05/13/16 10:38pm

morningsong

babynoz said:



Tami3121 said:


I appreciate Tyka's post. But many fans/fams have somehow felt "left out". I hope there's a world wide purple celebration of his life where we all feel part of it. grouphug





Hugs to you too. It's fine to want to feel included so long as we remain respectful as you have done. She explained that there will be a forthcoming opportunity to participate.

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.

Imagine everybody from lawyers to reporters, law enforcement, family members, friends, and all manner of wannabees and hangers-on all bombarding you with requests and demands in the midst of an ongoing court case and two separate investigations, not to mention random people saying all kinds of nasty things about you on social media when all you tried to do was offer an explanation?

And only a few days ago somebody handed you your brother's remains in an urn.

Your brother....not a superstar entertainer....your brother.

Let's think about that for a moment.

Just about two months ago somebody handed me an urn with my brother's remains, so I know how it hurts.

I just wish people would stop for a minute to realize and appreciate the enormity of what Tyka is coping with, that's all.




Exactly.



Show some respect for the man you claim to love and show compassion to his real sister.

I mean this really downright disrespectful to his memory tearing apart the family he cared about.


Folks are tacky as hell.
[Edited 5/13/16 22:43pm]
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Reply #124 posted 05/13/16 11:25pm

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babynoz said:

Tami3121 said:

I appreciate Tyka's post. But many fans/fams have somehow felt "left out". I hope there's a world wide purple celebration of his life where we all feel part of it. grouphug



Hugs to you too. It's fine to want to feel included so long as we remain respectful as you have done. She explained that there will be a forthcoming opportunity to participate.

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.

Imagine everybody from lawyers to reporters, law enforcement, family members, friends, and all manner of wannabees and hangers-on all bombarding you with requests and demands in the midst of an ongoing court case and two separate investigations, not to mention random people saying all kinds of nasty things about you on social media when all you tried to do was offer an explanation?

And only a few days ago somebody handed you your brother's remains in an urn.

Your brother....not a superstar entertainer....your brother.

Let's think about that for a moment.

Just about two months ago somebody handed me an urn with my brother's remains, so I know how it hurts.

I just wish people would stop for a minute to realize and appreciate the enormity of what Tyka is coping with, that's all.

Thank you for your compassionate reply.

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Reply #125 posted 05/14/16 2:29am

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Just browsing through Iman's Twitter feed, and since David Bowie's death, she's tweeted and retweeted so many tributes to her late husband...

I mean, not just memorial concerts, but fan-art and shared thoughts on Bowie from fans; unofficial YouTube uploads; street art...

https://twitter.com/The_Real_IMAN?s=09

She has been very inclusive of others' grief, whether it's been from acquaintances or strangers.
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Reply #126 posted 05/14/16 4:08am

FUNKNROLL

All: assuming you are over the age of 18, what is it you need? And what are YOU doing to take care of -your- need?

Honestly, some of y'all sound like screaming children demanding service from others.


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Reply #127 posted 05/14/16 4:34am

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GirlBrother said:

Just browsing through Iman's Twitter feed, and since David Bowie's death, she's tweeted and retweeted so many tributes to her late husband...

I mean, not just memorial concerts, but fan-art and shared thoughts on Bowie from fans; unofficial YouTube uploads; street art...

https://twitter.com/The_Real_IMAN?s=09

She has been very inclusive of others' grief, whether it's been from acquaintances or strangers.


Iman's husband didn't die suddenly though, like Prince did. Prince's family didn't have time to prepare themselves for news of his passing like Iman, and many of Bowie's fans. I think it's best to respect the fact that Prince's family is still dealing with the sudden shock of his death, the ongoing investigation of it, the media nastiness, lies, rumors and slander, and the lack of a will situation. Not to mention dealing with the overwhelming grief of his worldwide fans, musician associates and other friends. Like Tyka said, there will be a planned, public memorial service, for fans later in the year to pay tribute to him. She also made it clear that she embraced all the tributes and other memorial services held by others for her brother.

She was probably getting an overload of inquiries from fans, regarding the private JW memorial service, and maybe someone from the Hall or local law enforcement, was concerned that some fans may try to attend, and there was concern regarding traffic congestion, and asked her to make a public statement, that the service was not open to the public, but a private, invitation only service. I've already seen some online media outlets post part of her FB statement, in their articles, soon after she posted it on her FB page.
[Edited 5/14/16 4:42am]
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Reply #128 posted 05/14/16 7:21am

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2elijah said:

GirlBrother said:

Just browsing through Iman's Twitter feed, and since David Bowie's death, she's tweeted and retweeted so many tributes to her late husband...

I mean, not just memorial concerts, but fan-art and shared thoughts on Bowie from fans; unofficial YouTube uploads; street art...

https://twitter.com/The_Real_IMAN?s=09

She has been very inclusive of others' grief, whether it's been from acquaintances or strangers.


Iman's husband didn't die suddenly though, like Prince did. Prince's family didn't have time to prepare themselves for news of his passing like Iman, and many of Bowie's fans. I think it's best to respect the fact that Prince's family is still dealing with the sudden shock of his death, the ongoing investigation of it, the media nastiness, lies, rumors and slander, and the lack of a will situation. Not to mention dealing with the overwhelming grief of his worldwide fans, musician associates and other friends. Like Tyka said, there will be a planned, public memorial service, for fans later in the year to pay tribute to him. She also made it clear that she embraced all the tributes and other memorial services held by others for her brother.

She was probably getting an overload of inquiries from fans, regarding the private JW memorial service, and maybe someone from the Hall or local law enforcement, was concerned that some fans may try to attend, and there was concern regarding traffic congestion, and asked her to make a public statement, that the service was not open to the public, but a private, invitation only service. I've already seen some online media outlets post part of her FB statement, in their articles, soon after she posted it on her FB page.
[Edited 5/14/16 4:42am]


If only Prince had an Iman sad We need to stop kidding ourselves. Is his sister, who he was never that close with, and the rest of his half siblings, some of whom he hadn't seen in years, really the people who should be trusted with the enormous task of managing his estate and honoring his legacy? It just all looks so messy.
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Reply #129 posted 05/14/16 7:48am

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babynoz said:



Tami3121 said:


I appreciate Tyka's post. But many fans/fams have somehow felt "left out". I hope there's a world wide purple celebration of his life where we all feel part of it. grouphug





Hugs to you too. It's fine to want to feel included so long as we remain respectful as you have done. She explained that there will be a forthcoming opportunity to participate.

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.

Imagine everybody from lawyers to reporters, law enforcement, family members, friends, and all manner of wannabees and hangers-on all bombarding you with requests and demands in the midst of an ongoing court case and two separate investigations, not to mention random people saying all kinds of nasty things about you on social media when all you tried to do was offer an explanation?

And only a few days ago somebody handed you your brother's remains in an urn.

Your brother....not a superstar entertainer....your brother.

Let's think about that for a moment.

Just about two months ago somebody handed me an urn with my brother's remains, so I know how it hurts.

I just wish people would stop for a minute to realize and appreciate the enormity of what Tyka is coping with, that's all.


hug I know too babynoz. I understand. xxx
"We just let people talk & say whatever they want 2 say. 9 times out of 10, trust me, what's out there now, I wouldn't give nary one of these folks the time of day. That's why I don't say anything back, because there's so much that's wrong" - P, Dec '15
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Reply #130 posted 05/14/16 8:14am

babynoz

morningsong said:

babynoz said:



Hugs to you too. It's fine to want to feel included so long as we remain respectful as you have done. She explained that there will be a forthcoming opportunity to participate.

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.

Imagine everybody from lawyers to reporters, law enforcement, family members, friends, and all manner of wannabees and hangers-on all bombarding you with requests and demands in the midst of an ongoing court case and two separate investigations, not to mention random people saying all kinds of nasty things about you on social media when all you tried to do was offer an explanation?

And only a few days ago somebody handed you your brother's remains in an urn.

Your brother....not a superstar entertainer....your brother.

Let's think about that for a moment.

Just about two months ago somebody handed me an urn with my brother's remains, so I know how it hurts.

I just wish people would stop for a minute to realize and appreciate the enormity of what Tyka is coping with, that's all.

Exactly. Show some respect for the man you claim to love and show compassion to his real sister. I mean this really downright disrespectful to his memory tearing apart the family he cared about. Folks are tacky as hell. [Edited 5/13/16 22:43pm]



They're lucky that I'm not his sister.... disbelief

Prince, in you I found a kindred spirit...Rest In Paradise.
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Reply #131 posted 05/14/16 8:19am

babynoz

bilbolives said:

babynoz said:



Hugs to you too. It's fine to want to feel included so long as we remain respectful as you have done. She explained that there will be a forthcoming opportunity to participate.

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.

Imagine everybody from lawyers to reporters, law enforcement, family members, friends, and all manner of wannabees and hangers-on all bombarding you with requests and demands in the midst of an ongoing court case and two separate investigations, not to mention random people saying all kinds of nasty things about you on social media when all you tried to do was offer an explanation?

And only a few days ago somebody handed you your brother's remains in an urn.

Your brother....not a superstar entertainer....your brother.

Let's think about that for a moment.

Just about two months ago somebody handed me an urn with my brother's remains, so I know how it hurts.

I just wish people would stop for a minute to realize and appreciate the enormity of what Tyka is coping with, that's all.

Thank you for your compassionate reply.



No prob. Just some food for thought.

Prince, in you I found a kindred spirit...Rest In Paradise.
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Reply #132 posted 05/14/16 8:20am

babynoz

NinaB said:


hug I know too babynoz. I understand. xxx



hug

Prince, in you I found a kindred spirit...Rest In Paradise.
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Reply #133 posted 05/14/16 9:30am

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So if this memorial happens in August, any good experiences with Airbnbs in Minnie? I was planning a trip to Minnie for closure when things calmed down later this year. Maybe see Paisley Park one last time, go to First Ave, see Lake Minnie.

~ formerly ZsaZsaZsu and Technagirl, living in LaLaLand Ba-bey!!
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Reply #134 posted 05/14/16 10:13am

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Funkmeimfamous said:

2elijah said:



Iman's husband didn't die suddenly though, like Prince did. Prince's family didn't have time to prepare themselves for news of his passing like Iman, and many of Bowie's fans. I think it's best to respect the fact that Prince's family is still dealing with the sudden shock of his death, the ongoing investigation of it, the media nastiness, lies, rumors and slander, and the lack of a will situation. Not to mention dealing with the overwhelming grief of his worldwide fans, musician associates and other friends. Like Tyka said, there will be a planned, public memorial service, for fans later in the year to pay tribute to him. She also made it clear that she embraced all the tributes and other memorial services held by others for her brother.

She was probably getting an overload of inquiries from fans, regarding the private JW memorial service, and maybe someone from the Hall or local law enforcement, was concerned that some fans may try to attend, and there was concern regarding traffic congestion, and asked her to make a public statement, that the service was not open to the public, but a private, invitation only service. I've already seen some online media outlets post part of her FB statement, in their articles, soon after she posted it on her FB page.
[Edited 5/14/16 4:42am]


If only Prince had an Iman sad We need to stop kidding ourselves. Is his sister, who he was never that close with, and the rest of his half siblings, some of whom he hadn't seen in years, really the people who should be trusted with the enormous task of managing his estate and honoring his legacy? It just all looks so messy.

We really don't know what kind of relationship he had with his siblings, especially based on rumors from fans, over the years, who were no blood relation to him or his family. Regardless, he was their beloved brother. It's not really our place to think we have any right in deciding how his family members should handle his estate. My intention is not to be rude, but he did have a private life outside of performing for fans and making music, and it's really not fair for outsiders to intrude on his private relationship with his family.

I think too often many fans confuse what their place is with their favorite artists. Its really some in the media who are passing off unconfirmed info about him, and trying to make a circus out of it. I'm glad many of his family members are not allowing the media to intrude on their private grief, and not doing interviews at this time, despite the misinformation some media outlets are putting out there.
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Reply #135 posted 05/14/16 10:51am

GirlBrother

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Funkmeimfamous said:

If only Prince had an Iman sad We need to stop kidding ourselves. Is his sister, who he was never that close with, and the rest of his half siblings, some of whom he hadn't seen in years, really the people who should be trusted with the enormous task of managing his estate and honoring his legacy? It just all looks so messy.


That really is the biggest difference. No Iman, Yoko, Courtney, Priscilla, Rita etc...

And I'm sorry if drawing comparisons between Bowie's family and Prince's family offends some - although I'm uncertain why.

Here's Bowie's family's statement regarding tributes to him:

http://m.huffpost.com/uk/entry/8980824

It's much the same message; that no memorials or tributes have been endorsed by the family. However, it's so much more eloquent.

You know, Iman didn't start advertising some event that she's planning, featuring Bowie's remains in attendance... Iman didn't take the opportunity to address tabloid gossip, by denying that she stormed out of probate discussions... Iman didn't quote from her Qur'an, instead of conveying a simple concise message...

I know it's not Tyka's fault that she evidently isn't experienced at interacting with the media. However, it's also not our fault to express either dismay, joy, or indifference at her interactions.

And to those whom won't accept any concerns from Prince fans, regarding his sister's competence in maintaining his legacy, I suggest you all go and create a Tyka.org to cheerlead her on.

Also, those whom report any dissenting views on how Prince's legacy is being handled already, are killing this site. It's quiet enough here, without grief-stricken fans having their concerns censored by Paisley Quislings.

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Reply #136 posted 05/14/16 11:37am

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GirlBrother said:

Funkmeimfamous said:
If only Prince had an Iman sad We need to stop kidding ourselves. Is his sister, who he was never that close with, and the rest of his half siblings, some of whom he hadn't seen in years, really the people who should be trusted with the enormous task of managing his estate and honoring his legacy? It just all looks so messy.
That really is the biggest difference. No Iman, Yoko, Courtney, Priscilla, Rita etc... And I'm sorry if drawing comparisons between Bowie's family and Prince's family offends some - although I'm uncertain why. Here's Bowie's family's statement regarding tributes to him: http://m.huffpost.com/uk/entry/8980824 It's much the same message; that no memorials or tributes have been endorsed by the family. However, it's so much more eloquent. You know, Iman didn't start advertising some event that she's planning, featuring Bowie's remains in attendance... Iman didn't take the opportunity to address tabloid gossip, by denying that she stormed out of probate discussions... Iman didn't quote from her Qur'an, instead of conveying a simple concise message... I know it's not Tyka's fault that she evidently isn't experienced at interacting with the media. However, it's also not our fault to express either dismay, joy, or indifference at her interactions. And to those whom won't accept any concerns from Prince fans, regarding his sister's competence in maintaining his legacy, I suggest you all go and create a Tyka.org to cheerlead her on. Also, those whom report any dissenting views on how Prince's legacy is being handled already, are killing this site. It's quiet enough here, without grief-stricken fans having their concerns censored by Paisley Quislings. . [Edited 5/14/16 10:55am]

Yep, I agree with all of this. biggrin lol

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Reply #137 posted 05/14/16 11:45am

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Funkmeimfamous said:



If only Prince had an Iman sad We need to stop kidding ourselves. Is his sister, who he was never that close with, and the rest of his half siblings, some of whom he hadn't seen in years, really the people who should be trusted with the enormous task of managing his estate and honoring his legacy? It just all looks so messy.

It is going to get messy with the estate being tied up in probate for years. Idk if there is anyone capable of ensuring his legacy and perhaps less so the future of the vault. I'm trying to consider this from all angles. We can get offended about others not seeming to respect his family's wishes, we can put the family up on a pedestal as being the most important part of any equation involving Prince. But is that realistic since he and his family by many accounts were possibly estranged? I'm not saying they were, I'm not saying they weren't. I just think we need to seriously consider what Prince would have wanted. This is his history, his legacy, his memory, his work, his art. Not that any of us would know how he would want these matters handled either, but we just need stop and think about it before we post things assuming we know best what should happen. We need to remember none of us, maybe not even his family I'm afraid, would get his blessing on the decisions that will be made in regards to some very important matters, including laying him to rest. All we can do is hope that Prince and what he was about is the driving force behind their choices. I could support that whatever that may be. It's all about honoring the legendary life of Prince Rogers Nelson and doing right by him.
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Reply #138 posted 05/14/16 12:02pm

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i see both sides of this issue. i wish there'd be a public ceremony soon for the public to attend, but i also see why the family/blood relatives have the right to an ultimate say in what happens and when. no question.

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but then, in another way prince.org IS prince's memorial, us, right here. it wouldn't be impossible for this website to memorialize prince in our own way, right here.

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we could livestream/chat the ceremony, with commentaries and repeating clips and a guestbook right. here. at the org, in real time on an agreed-upon date and time.

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hmm hmmm and when i say *we*, i guess i mean ben. perhaps some other internet platform could be used?

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just my 2c

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Reply #139 posted 05/14/16 4:17pm

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FUNKNROLL said:

All: assuming you are over the age of 18, what is it you need? And what are YOU doing to take care of -your- need? Honestly, some of y'all sound like screaming children demanding service from others. .

This.

There are some absolute nut jobs on here. No wonder Prince was so private. If I was famous and had to deal with some of these know-it-all, obsessive fan types, I'd be private too.

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Reply #140 posted 05/14/16 7:39pm

Amethyst5

Thank you amatthews for posting this thread. Also, thank you lwr001 for posting Tyka's FB post.

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Reply #141 posted 05/15/16 6:35pm

AnonymousFan

XxAxX said:

i see both sides of this issue. i wish there'd be a public ceremony soon for the public to attend, but i also see why the family/blood relatives have the right to an ultimate say in what happens and when. no question.

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but then, in another way prince.org IS prince's memorial, us, right here. it wouldn't be impossible for this website to memorialize prince in our own way, right here.

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we could livestream/chat the ceremony, with commentaries and repeating clips and a guestbook right. here. at the org, in real time on an agreed-upon date and time.

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hmm hmmm and when i say *we*, i guess i mean ben. perhaps some other internet platform could be used?

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just my 2c

In regards to their offical public ceremony, it should be streamed on TIDAL if anywhere.

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Reply #142 posted 05/15/16 6:41pm

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Well at least she didn't postphone it to "plan her family," a la Miss Jackson.

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Reply #143 posted 05/21/16 10:41pm

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Funkmeimfamous said:

2elijah said:
Iman's husband didn't die suddenly though, like Prince did. Prince's family didn't have time to prepare themselves for news of his passing like Iman, and many of Bowie's fans. I think it's best to respect the fact that Prince's family is still dealing with the sudden shock of his death, the ongoing investigation of it, the media nastiness, lies, rumors and slander, and the lack of a will situation. Not to mention dealing with the overwhelming grief of his worldwide fans, musician associates and other friends. Like Tyka said, there will be a planned, public memorial service, for fans later in the year to pay tribute to him. She also made it clear that she embraced all the tributes and other memorial services held by others for her brother. She was probably getting an overload of inquiries from fans, regarding the private JW memorial service, and maybe someone from the Hall or local law enforcement, was concerned that some fans may try to attend, and there was concern regarding traffic congestion, and asked her to make a public statement, that the service was not open to the public, but a private, invitation only service. I've already seen some online media outlets post part of her FB statement, in their articles, soon after she posted it on her FB page. [Edited 5/14/16 4:42am]
If only Prince had an Iman sad We need to stop kidding ourselves. Is his sister, who he was never that close with, and the rest of his half siblings, some of whom he hadn't seen in years, really the people who should be trusted with the enormous task of managing his estate and honoring his legacy? It just all looks so messy.

I agree - I wish he had a wife who loved him when he died. It seems like Prince's heirs were all distant and were not part of his life. I don't understand why she didn't attend the Jehova Witness Funeral. I undertand that the event she held was just a get together and not a funeral. I'm a Christian and if my family didn't hold a religious funeral for me I would be so upset. I don't think she respected him by not going to the funeral. And, I think she disrespected all those people who traveled to pay their respects to Prince. I think it's odd.

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Reply #144 posted 05/22/16 12:31am

CTron

Unfortunately I've been to many funerals and memorials throughout the years. One thing has held true for all of them, and that is that what I thought of that person remained unchanged no matter how each service was handled. I think that's something we all need to remember, whatever happens going forward.

Ultimately we are the greatest protectors of his legacy, those who loved and appreciated his music so much. It is our role to share what we know, remain open to those who are curious, pass on the music etc. That's my thoughts anyway, everything else is just a formality

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Reply #145 posted 05/22/16 3:30am

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babynoz said:

I'm only trying to get people to stop bullying her.


Good for you.

Look at this bully's post, inferring that they'd expect any book written by Tyka to be incoherent...

http://prince.org/msg/5/34087?&pg=3



That terrible bully is obviously calling Tyka a big old dummy!

Get your pitchfork out babynoz and report that post!
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Reply #146 posted 05/24/16 6:27pm

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I hate that so many people claim to love him SO much but disrespecting his sister. Am I close with my sister? Hell no. Do I even like her? Hell no. But if she died tomorrow believe me when I say every single detail would be handled with love and care because THAT IS MY KIN. Show some damn respect for the woman who is the one carrying this heavy ass weight on her shoulders all while likely TRYING to stay clean and having her past dissected piece by piece.
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