What Happens To Paisley Park And Other Prince Facts
What an omen to see a rainbow over Paisley Park the day Prince died. Paisley Park was a mecca for music for Prince. It was his home and it was his life. Now that he is gone, what will become of it?
Prince's brother-in-law Maurice Phillips tells the Sun that Paisley Park will become a museum: "We will turn Paisley Park into a museum in Prince's memory. It would be for the fans. He was all about the fans - this would remember his music, which is his legacy. Prince was always private but would have wanted his music remembered."
Perez Hilton claims Prince's sister will inherit his $300 - $800 million estate if he did not have a will
Donald Trump commented on Prince's death on Friday. He tweeted: “I met Prince on numerous occasions. He was an amazing talent and wonderful guy. He will be greatly missed!”
People magazine claims President Obama has been listening to Prince as he starts his day
The Daily Mirror claims the Cannes Film Festival will honor Prince next month with a special tribute
Two Inglewood, California men have been honoring Prince by driving around in a large pickup truck with a drum set and a giant speaker. One of the men drives while the other drums along to Prince's music in the pickup truck's bed. Drivers have been honking and cheering.
Some women are honoring Prince by wearing purple lipstick.
Complex magazine, citing the San Francisco Chronicle, claims Dave Chappelle is calling Prince's death the 'Black 9/11.' He reportedly told a concert crowd: "This is black 9/11. I almost thought about not coming tonight, but my band was like, 'Yo, Prince would definitely not condone that."
Prince's neighbors tell People magazine that he was full of energy before he passed away. Mckensie Hasse tells the magazine: "It was just on Saturday when I got off work: sunny out, good weather, and I saw him biking on this little stretch out here. He looked laid-back and just kind of breezing through. It was kind of odd, just this icon biking through small-town Minnesota. He looked healthy, full of energy - it's not like he was struggling to bike. It looked like he was just enjoying a nice, sunny day."
VNN Music claims Prince sold 200,000 albums and 900,000 tracks in the hours after his death was announced.
The Miami Herald claims Prince performed a tribute to David Bowie during his final show in Atlanta. He covered the song ''Heroes''.