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This is NOTHING the spotting of Elvis.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: LostThePlot I hope the island is BIG. These celebrities like large spreads, with at least a little privacy. David Bowie and Freddy Mercury might be on the island too. But no women? hmmm...
The mystery of Prince’s missing online presence goes back to 2007 when a mother uploaded a video on YouTube of her children dancing to Prince’s song Let’s Go Crazy. Although the video was only 29 seconds long and barely audible, Prince demanded that his music be taken off YouTube, saying that he intended to “reclaim his art on the internet.”
This was only the beginning of Prince’s lifelong battle against the internet. As time passed, Prince – who was notorious about protecting his image (he doesn’t even like reporters to take notes during interviews) as well as being a savvy businessman – refused to allow any of his music to be uploaded to YouTube.
And the same goes for other streaming services. Prince was outspoken about not allowing any of his music to be on Apple Music, Rdio, or Spotify.
originally posted by: AshOnMyTomatoes
If you click through to the Youtube page linked on that Facebook, nothing there seems remotely Prince.
I thought the same of Michael, but he's been dead for a while now. Prince, on the other hand, has intrigued me. Especially today. Crazy thing is, i'm not that big of a "fan". I totally admire his work, and consider him the 2nd greatest artist of all time. Michael being the first. But, i'm hardly fanatic to believe he's another "Elvis".
originally posted by: Substracto
I dont find this far fetched, Prince was all known for being into chemtrails... mmmmmm
So maybe he could pull something like this and operate from the shadows.
originally posted by: daaskapital
So a random post on a conspiracy forum, a random person's opinion of songs being made by Prince, and a random Facebook page with no links to Prince whatsoever, constitute as proof that one of the greatest musicians on the planet is still alive?
I don't think so.
There is much more evidence supporting Prince's death. His emergency attendance of a hospital one week prior to his death, witness statements of his health in the final days of his life, and emergency calls on the day of his death all point to the musician being dead. Sure, you can say he may have orchestrated his death to get away from it all, but the guy was worth hundreds of millions and could literally stay in Paisley Park for the rest of his life if he wanted to. Clearly, he enjoyed being part of the community, as he regularly attended his church and undertook other activities in his local area.