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Premier issue of StarTribune Magazine with Prince "Prince Inc."

Be sure to get the just published, as the Cover Story, "PRINCE INC." in the premier issue of StarTribune magazine, Spring 2017.



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Reply #1 posted 04/16/17 10:39am

bashraka

Isn't this the pot calling the kettle black? The Star Tribune is the reason why Prince and Manuela Testolini's divorce records were unsealed after the paper filed on grounds Freedom of The Press to have the records made public. Prince would have been horrifed at his privacy being compromised like that. Far as I'm concerned Star Tribune are no better than anyone exploiting his death for their gain.

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Reply #2 posted 04/16/17 11:16am

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Amen and happy Easter.

bashraka said:

Isn't this the pot calling the kettle black? The Star Tribune is the reason why Prince and Manuela Testolini's divorce records were unsealed after the paper filed on grounds Freedom of The Press to have the records made public. Prince would have been horrifed at his privacy being compromised like that. Far as I'm concerned Star Tribune are no better than anyone exploiting his death for their gain.

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Reply #3 posted 04/16/17 12:18pm

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bashraka said:

Isn't this the pot calling the kettle black? The Star Tribune is the reason why Prince and Manuela Testolini's divorce records were unsealed after the paper filed on grounds Freedom of The Press to have the records made public. Prince would have been horrifed at his privacy being compromised like that. Far as I'm concerned Star Tribune are no better than anyone exploiting his death for their gain.


Yeah, but I sorta wonder though... he's gone. Do people care about stuff like that coming out once they die? Meaning, he wanted to keep his shit private while alive, but people know he (nor anyone) can keep all the secrets once a person passes away. I suppose one has to just give up the ghost on that (no pun) and think - you can keep people quiet forever. And you can't change it once you're gone anyway, so maintain privacy while away, and don't worry about the other shit later. Besides, wherever Prince is at, he isn't seeing all this or worried about it. When/if you're in the presence of God, your big ol' building in Chanhassen ain't on your mind anymore. biggrin

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Reply #4 posted 04/16/17 3:12pm

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Reply #5 posted 04/16/17 6:14pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

bashraka said:

Isn't this the pot calling the kettle black? The Star Tribune is the reason why Prince and Manuela Testolini's divorce records were unsealed after the paper filed on grounds Freedom of The Press to have the records made public. Prince would have been horrifed at his privacy being compromised like that. Far as I'm concerned Star Tribune are no better than anyone exploiting his death for their gain.


Yeah, but I sorta wonder though... he's gone. Do people care about stuff like that coming out once they die? Meaning, he wanted to keep his shit private while alive, but people know he (nor anyone) can keep all the secrets once a person passes away. I suppose one has to just give up the ghost on that (no pun) and think - you can keep people quiet forever. And you can't change it once you're gone anyway, so maintain privacy while away, and don't worry about the other shit later. Besides, wherever Prince is at, he isn't seeing all this or worried about it. When/if you're in the presence of God, your big ol' building in Chanhassen ain't on your mind anymore. biggrin

It does not change the fact that are blabbering on about people cashing in while they do the same.

Yes Prince is gone and somethings are going to be known but was his sealed divorce even needed to be known?

It was the Tribune trying to make a buck off of him.

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Reply #6 posted 04/16/17 6:31pm

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laurarichardson said:

It does not change the fact that are blabbering on about people cashing in while they do the same.

Yes Prince is gone and somethings are going to be known but was his sealed divorce even needed to be known?

It was the Tribune trying to make a buck off of him.


Dis a bid'ness. You ain't too far gone to see that yet. No one is immune to being talked about post-mortem. Not even Prince.

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Reply #7 posted 04/16/17 6:53pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

laurarichardson said:

It does not change the fact that are blabbering on about people cashing in while they do the same.

Yes Prince is gone and somethings are going to be known but was his sealed divorce even needed to be known?

It was the Tribune trying to make a buck off of him.


Dis a bid'ness. You ain't too far gone to see that yet. No one is immune to being talked about post-mortem. Not even Prince.

If that's the case why are they talking about others when they are doing the same. They watching other people and they are riding the purple train as well with diging up old 10 year old divorce files. Let them talk because it's only going to big Prince up more in the end.

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