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Reply #150 posted 03/20/17 4:19pm

206Michelle

benni said:

Purplestar88 said:

And also dead or alive publishers went juicey and controversial things in the book. It looks like she feed into some of that, so she might as well release it when he was alive since he did not stop her and she is dissing he on the low low in some parts of the book it seems.


Except while he was alive, publishers only wanted the most controversial storylines. Once he left us, publishers knew any story about Prince would sell, and it wouldn't have to be a tell all. She could dictate her terms as to what she would and would not include in the book once he passed, prior to that, publishers would have wanted the most salacious details and would not have published if they believed it wasn't juicy enough. This is true with any star of worth, especially those stars that are as protective of their image as Prince.

benni, great points about the dynamics of selling the book.

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Reply #151 posted 03/20/17 4:38pm

206Michelle

laurarichardson said:

MMJas said:

Exactly my point. Hence Prince's face turning from pure love to horror. In those split seconds, he went from TOTALLY believing God had his back so to speak to... omg. This has just happened.

And that's what angers me concerning him becoming a JW. Nobody should enter a new faith in that state of mind. Nobody should "influence" a person that vulnearable.

I wonder if in later years Prince moved away from that influence in any way and if that's why he began again singing about sex and having a more natural and new wage approach, i.e. clothes, necklaces, sunglasses, mandalas, the stripped down P&M shows?

[Edited 3/20/17 7:22am]

He was not a JW at the time the baby was born but he was raised as a Christian. That test could cause a miscarriage and he was okay if the child was a dwarf. I am certain he would not have allowed an abortion. It almost sounds like she wanted to get rid of the child which I doubt was going to happen. At any rate she needs to let this go and I hope after all this dies down in a few months she will take her money and heal.

Laura, How on earth do you come to the conclusion that, "It almost sounds like she wanted to get rid of the child"? That is a very strong statement to make about Mayte. You must be basing your opinion off of the bootleg version of the book, because the excerpt in the People article says nothing and suggests nothing to support your conclusion that Mayte felt this way. disbelief

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Reply #152 posted 03/20/17 4:42pm

Menes

annalizer said:

disch said:

FYI "annulment" as a legal matter is pretty limited; it really only applies to situations where there was fraud involved (for example one spouse was still married to someone else).

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Despite what Prince said, what he and Mayte did was "divorce."

I don't know anything about annulments,but why Prince & Mayte kept referring to it and then an actual divorce is strange.

Yea, I was just looking more into the time frame from the articles you posted. Whatever it was, it brought about an abrupt ending to it. I did however read (from one of your articles ) that he thought Larry's presence completed his innerself and Mayte completed his outerself , thereby making him complete. Who knew.

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Reply #153 posted 03/20/17 4:44pm

206Michelle

precioux said:

rogifan said:

Why is it so important to people that this book come out? Mayte had plenty of opportunities to tell her story when Prince was alive. If it's so important for her story to be told why did she wait until Prince was on the other side to release it?

She did an interview in 2013 and in the interview she stated that she was under a NDA....I'm presuming that's why. If need be, I can try to relocate the article I read last night.

Here is the excerpt:

"Mayte opens with some frightening reasons why we shouldn't talk about her very famous ex-husband-most of which involve the word lawsuit. Also sprinkled in there was something about a confidentiality agreement and how he protects his private life(http://genlux.com/mayte-garcia/)

[Edited 3/20/17 8:35am]

I also thought about the same genlux article because I also remember her mentioning in that article the possibility of a lawsuit if she talked about Prince.

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Reply #154 posted 03/20/17 4:49pm

206Michelle

morningsong said:

rogifan said:
Why is it so important to people that this book come out? Mayte had plenty of opportunities to tell her story when Prince was alive. If it's so important for her story to be told why did she wait until Prince was on the other side to release it?
With all the rumor and innuendo at this point most people want to hear from someone who was at least there. I mean you still have publications calling the baby Boy Gregory even though for almost a year now his name has been known. I mean if one can't get the name right what else are they misinformed about but you can't stop them from putting out into the world anything they want. Most of the rumors aren't even flattering to Prince but so many aren't taking issue with all that. That's what I don't get, why read about anything and everything from any where else but get hurt when you know beyond a reasonable doubt this is coming from someone who was there? At this point I'd rather have a quarter of the truth than a mountain more of other people's stories. If Mayte is lying about doing it out of love we'll see it. If she's not, it'll nip a lot of BS that's going around. [Edited 3/20/17 9:34am]

yeahthat Well stated, morning song.

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Reply #155 posted 03/20/17 4:52pm

BillieBalloon

206Michelle said:



precioux said:




rogifan said:


Why is it so important to people that this book come out? Mayte had plenty of opportunities to tell her story when Prince was alive. If it's so important for her story to be told why did she wait until Prince was on the other side to release it?

She did an interview in 2013 and in the interview she stated that she was under a NDA....I'm presuming that's why. If need be, I can try to relocate the article I read last night.



Here is the excerpt:



"Mayte opens with some frightening reasons why we shouldn't talk about her very famous ex-husband-most of which involve the word lawsuit. Also sprinkled in there was something about a confidentiality agreement and how he protects his private life(http://genlux.com/mayte-garcia/)


[Edited 3/20/17 8:35am]



I also thought about the same genlux article because I also remember her mentioning in that article the possibility of a lawsuit if she talked about Prince.




Also HE she wasnt allowed to say much because she told the producers she had signed an NDA. I read that here at the org at the time everyone was talking about the reality show.
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Reply #156 posted 03/20/17 4:55pm

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I can't believe that people are throwing such a fit about this book. What is it to you if she writes a book? How does it harm you personally?

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Her story needs to be told, good, bad or ugly. I hope she doesn't pull the book. She needs to move forward with it.

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Nobody knows what Prince was thinking. No matter how much you state your opinions as facts, they are not facts.

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Reply #157 posted 03/20/17 5:06pm

Purplestar88

PennyPurple said:

I can't believe that people are throwing such a fit about this book. What is it to you if she writes a book? How does it harm you personally?

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Her story needs to be told, good, bad or ugly. I hope she doesn't pull the book. She needs to move forward with it.

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Nobody knows what Prince was thinking. No matter how much you state your opinions as facts, they are not facts.

I don't feel people are having a fit. They are expressing their feelings. That is not a crime. Where is this comming from that she is pulling the book? This does not make sense.

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Reply #158 posted 03/20/17 5:13pm

206Michelle

MMJas said:

laurarichardson said:

No, it is not central to anything. He was a Christian he was not going to abort that baby. Even if he knew all about the defect he still would have had a look of shock on his face. No amount of information in the world could prepare you for that.

Plenty of people do not have that test because it can cause a miscarriage. Do any of you have children? I would not care if my child had 3 heads. This insentiveness is just why she should not have gone into the details.

That's not what I was referring to at all, Laura. I think Prince's face of terror came from a place where before he had felt certain God had his back, that's how strong his faith was. He did not expect his son to be so deformed because basically apparently the doctors had only prepared them for the dwarfism possibility. What baby Amir had was much, much worse.

I never said anything about an abortion. I have no idea if they would have gone down that road. Nobody does, besides them and probably immediate family. It's getting really tiring hearing people who did not know him personally state things as facts, especially intimate thoughts, decisions and opinions from a man not many knew intimately.

We have no way of knowing what his thoughts were. Not even Mayte, who was his wife for 10 years and endured that terrible pain and loss with him, went there. Not even she suggests he was thinking this or that, feeling this or that. She says he prayed before his birth. He never let his son alone throughout the whole week long ordeal, even sparing her the worst part.
And then, while he's down, perhaps feeling conflicted about his own faith, about his own choices, perhaps, someone comes along and... you know the rest.

[Edited 3/20/17 12:52pm]

MMJas, I totally agree with you about everything you have said here. Regarding Prince's face of terror, I think it is understandable that he had that kind of look on his face given that (a) he was not aware that the baby had Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2 and (b) because Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2 causes some really significant deformities to the face and rest of the body.

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It's pretty easy to do an internet search for pictures of babies who have Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2. The pictures make it pretty clear that Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2 is not a pretty condition. I even read an article about the family of a 6-year-old boy who lives in Flordia and has Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2. The boy's name is William. William's mother, Lisa Feller, said the following in the article: Feller is matter-of-fact about it. “When he was born, it was very difficult to look at him,” she said. (Source: http://jacksonville.com/n...condition)

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Reply #159 posted 03/20/17 5:17pm

206Michelle

Menes said:

annalizer said:

https://sites.google.com/...nuary-1997 I'm reposting this info because I think it might shed some light on why Mayte decided to write her book, and in Maytes defense, Prince almost deifies her when he talks about her impact on his life. The other interviews listed from 1996-2000 answers questions about the divorce/annulment religion etc. their answers are a bit different, but shed even more light about their relationship. Again, in Maytes defense he spoke very highly of her until May of 2000, then married Manuela in December of 2001? I could speculate about what happened and would probably be right, but if I were Mayte I would have a problem with Prince saying those things in public about me, then getting married a short time later? It was obvious there were three people in their relationship and I'm sure as it usually goes, after a while Mayte retaliated which was the finale straw. In my opinion, I don't feel this will be in the book due to for whatever reason, she befriended Manuela, wouldn't expose her to this due to her having a family now. These are the interviews of interest: Star Tribune-November 1996-Why he married her. Ebony -January 1997-How they met. Blues & Soul December 1999- (odd ending in last statement) Pulse (Tower Records) February 2000-Spain, divorce/annulment etc. Instyle May 2000

I'm still trying to wrap my noggin around why the marriage was annuled? Was it a religious annulment? I know some catholics who have engaged in the practice of such. Seems like right after the miscarriage, things went south quite quickly. 3 years of marriage- 2 unfortunate incidents, and wham! Annuled.

From http://www.genlux.com/mayte-garcia/ :

Mayte refutes an internet article stating that the marriage was annulled. “No! We did not annul the marriage,” she says emphatically, “You can’t annul after four years of marriage and a child. You can’t.”

[Edited 3/20/17 17:23pm]

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Reply #160 posted 03/20/17 5:18pm

annalizer

Menes said:



annalizer said:


disch said:

FYI "annulment" as a legal matter is pretty limited; it really only applies to situations where there was fraud involved (for example one spouse was still married to someone else).


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Despite what Prince said, what he and Mayte did was "divorce."




I don't know anything about annulments,but why Prince & Mayte kept referring to it and then an actual divorce is strange.

Yea, I was just looking more into the time frame from the articles you posted. Whatever it was, it brought about an abrupt ending to it. I did however read (from one of your articles ) that he thought Larry's presence completed his innerself and Mayte completed his outerself , thereby making him complete. Who knew.

OMG! Prince was already married to Larry? Naw just kiddind. I know he meant Larry on a spiritual level, but I wonder how Mayte felt about her having the outside (physical)statement😳
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Reply #161 posted 03/20/17 5:24pm

annalizer

206Michelle said:



Menes said:




annalizer said:


https://sites.google.com/...nuary-1997 I'm reposting this info because I think it might shed some light on why Mayte decided to write her book, and in Maytes defense, Prince almost deifies her when he talks about her impact on his life. The other interviews listed from 1996-2000 answers questions about the divorce/annulment religion etc. their answers are a bit different, but shed even more light about their relationship. Again, in Maytes defense he spoke very highly of her until May of 2000, then married Manuela in December of 2001? I could speculate about what happened and would probably be right, but if I were Mayte I would have a problem with Prince saying those things in public about me, then getting married a short time later? It was obvious there were three people in their relationship and I'm sure as it usually goes, after a while Mayte retaliated which was the finale straw. In my opinion, I don't feel this will be in the book due to for whatever reason, she befriended Manuela, wouldn't expose her to this due to her having a family now. These are the interviews of interest: Star Tribune-November 1996-Why he married her. Ebony -January 1997-How they met. Blues & Soul December 1999- (odd ending in last statement) Pulse (Tower Records) February 2000-Spain, divorce/annulment etc. Instyle May 2000

I'm still trying to wrap my noggin around why the marriage was annuled? Was it a religious annulment? I know some catholics who have engaged in the practice of such. Seems like right after the miscarriage, things went south quite quickly. 3 years of marriage- 2 unfortunate incidents, and wham! Annuled.




From http://www.genlux.com/mayte-garcia/:


Mayte refutes an internet article stating that the marriage was annulled. “No! We did not annul the marriage,” she says emphatically, “You can’t annul after four years of marriage and a child. You can’t.”

I've seen that article. It's bizarre they kept changing their story.
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Reply #162 posted 03/20/17 5:25pm

awake4now

206Michelle said:

benni said:


Except while he was alive, publishers only wanted the most controversial storylines. Once he left us, publishers knew any story about Prince would sell, and it wouldn't have to be a tell all. She could dictate her terms as to what she would and would not include in the book once he passed, prior to that, publishers would have wanted the most salacious details and would not have published if they believed it wasn't juicy enough. This is true with any star of worth, especially those stars that are as protective of their image as Prince.

benni, great points about the dynamics of selling the book.

.

Then why not tell the story w/o these new provocative details? Probably b/c most already know that story.

.

So new provocative details are included, some not even first-hand according to the excerpts released by the publisher. And he is not here to confirm, deny, or throw a lawyer at it.

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Hence the scandalous headlines and the resulting discussion here.

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Reply #163 posted 03/20/17 5:25pm

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206Michelle said:



laurarichardson said:




MMJas said:




Exactly my point. Hence Prince's face turning from pure love to horror. In those split seconds, he went from TOTALLY believing God had his back so to speak to... omg. This has just happened.



And that's what angers me concerning him becoming a JW. Nobody should enter a new faith in that state of mind. Nobody should "influence" a person that vulnearable.



I wonder if in later years Prince moved away from that influence in any way and if that's why he began again singing about sex and having a more natural and new wage approach, i.e. clothes, necklaces, sunglasses, mandalas, the stripped down P&M shows?



[Edited 3/20/17 7:22am]



He was not a JW at the time the baby was born but he was raised as a Christian. That test could cause a miscarriage and he was okay if the child was a dwarf. I am certain he would not have allowed an abortion. It almost sounds like she wanted to get rid of the child which I doubt was going to happen. At any rate she needs to let this go and I hope after all this dies down in a few months she will take her money and heal.



Laura, How on earth do you come to the conclusion that, "It almost sounds like she wanted to get rid of the child"? That is a very strong statement to make about Mayte. You must be basing your opinion off of the bootleg version of the book, because the excerpt in the People article says nothing and suggests nothing to support your conclusion that Mayte felt this way. disbelief


All I have is the bootlegg version and to be fair she never said she wanted an abortion but what else could they have done? If she knew what the problem was before hand it would not have made it any less upsetting. Why is she carrying on about that est 20 years later.
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Reply #164 posted 03/20/17 5:31pm

Menes

annalizer said:

206Michelle said:

From http://www.genlux.com/mayte-garcia/:

Mayte refutes an internet article stating that the marriage was annulled. “No! We did not annul the marriage,” she says emphatically, “You can’t annul after four years of marriage and a child. You can’t.”

I've seen that article. It's bizarre they kept changing their story.

According to one of those articles you posted, she refused to put the name of the father on the death certificate. Strange.

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Reply #165 posted 03/20/17 5:37pm

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annalizer said:

206Michelle said:



Menes said:




annalizer said:


https://sites.google.com/...nuary-1997 I'm reposting this info because I think it might shed some light on why Mayte decided to write her book, and in Maytes defense, Prince almost deifies her when he talks about her impact on his life. The other interviews listed from 1996-2000 answers questions about the divorce/annulment religion etc. their answers are a bit different, but shed even more light about their relationship. Again, in Maytes defense he spoke very highly of her until May of 2000, then married Manuela in December of 2001? I could speculate about what happened and would probably be right, but if I were Mayte I would have a problem with Prince saying those things in public about me, then getting married a short time later? It was obvious there were three people in their relationship and I'm sure as it usually goes, after a while Mayte retaliated which was the finale straw. In my opinion, I don't feel this will be in the book due to for whatever reason, she befriended Manuela, wouldn't expose her to this due to her having a family now. These are the interviews of interest: Star Tribune-November 1996-Why he married her. Ebony -January 1997-How they met. Blues & Soul December 1999- (odd ending in last statement) Pulse (Tower Records) February 2000-Spain, divorce/annulment etc. Instyle May 2000

I'm still trying to wrap my noggin around why the marriage was annuled? Was it a religious annulment? I know some catholics who have engaged in the practice of such. Seems like right after the miscarriage, things went south quite quickly. 3 years of marriage- 2 unfortunate incidents, and wham! Annuled.




From http://www.genlux.com/mayte-garcia/:


Mayte refutes an internet article stating that the marriage was annulled. “No! We did not annul the marriage,” she says emphatically, “You can’t annul after four years of marriage and a child. You can’t.”

I've seen that article. It's bizarre they kept changing their story.

See it is the constant changing of the story. Only thing I can think is he divorce her by putting a listing in the paper basically you do this when you claim abandonment.
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Reply #166 posted 03/20/17 5:40pm

206Michelle

Menes said:

annalizer said:

206Michelle said: I've seen that article. It's bizarre they kept changing their story.

According to one of those articles you posted, she refused to put the name of the father on the death certificate. Strange.

Menes, Are you speaking about the News of the World articles? If so, yes, I remember reading about her refusing to put his name on the death certificate also.

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There is also a Star Tribune article that says basically the same thing:

A death certificate filed in Hennepin County on Nov. 4 lists the child's first name as "Boy" and the last name "Gregory." It lists the mother's name as Mia Gregory and left blank the boxes identifying the child's father.

It lists the child's cause of death to be from complications caused by Pfieffer's syndrome, Type 2, a deadly and rare skull deformity resulting from a genetic mutation.

Source: http://www.startribune.co.../11466661/

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My best guess as to why Prince's name isn't on the death certificate is that he didn't want it on there for privacy reasons. The omission of his name is consistent with Prince being a very private person as well as his statements to the effect of "No one will know the names of our children." Again, this is just my best guess, but my guess makes sense to me based on what I know about Prince's desire for privacy.

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Reply #167 posted 03/20/17 5:42pm

Menes

awake4now said:

206Michelle said:

benni, great points about the dynamics of selling the book.

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Then why not tell the story w/o these new provocative details? Probably b/c most already know that story.

.

So new provocative details are included, some not even first-hand according to the excerpts released by the publisher. And he is not here to confirm, deny, or throw a lawyer at it.

.

Hence the scandalous headlines and the resulting discussion here.

.

I do have a provocative and quite cryptic old clip that I'm saving( its her giving an interview in Spanish in Puerto Rico) and , er, let's just say, there's a hint of what was to come. I will wait awhile before I drop anything here.

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Reply #168 posted 03/20/17 5:50pm

Misslink88

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Sigh, they're calling Prince a pedophile on lipstickalley.com. sad

I shouldn't let it bother me, as I know it's not true, but, still....

Correction....Mayte's fans are calling him a pedophile. His fans are trying to explain she didn't even move to MN until she was almost 18, with her parent's consent, to work as a dancer. Mayte said herself they didn't do anything til she was 19. The only reason this is an issue is because Mayte said he had "legal guardianship" or whatever. I've been reading some of the posts in the Prince forum. Everyone on the Org already knows when she moved to MN.

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Reply #169 posted 03/20/17 5:50pm

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Menes said:

I do have a provocative and quite cryptic old clip that I'm saving( its her giving an interview in Spanish in Puerto Rico) and , er, let's just say, there's a hint of what was to come. I will wait awhile before I drop anything here.

Why wait? In fact, why do you have to 'drop' it on here? Sounds a bit like Laura, I've got the goods but I'm gonna wait to post them. LOL It's kinda of a stalker-ish tendency. For goodness sakes, let the Lady be.

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Reply #170 posted 03/20/17 5:53pm

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Menes said:

I do have a provocative and quite cryptic old clip that I'm saving( its her giving an interview in Spanish in Puerto Rico) and , er, let's just say, there's a hint of what was to come. I will wait awhile before I drop anything here.

Anticipation......

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Reply #171 posted 03/20/17 5:54pm

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Menes said:



annalizer said:


206Michelle said:



From http://www.genlux.com/mayte-garcia/:


Mayte refutes an internet article stating that the marriage was annulled. “No! We did not annul the marriage,” she says emphatically, “You can’t annul after four years of marriage and a child. You can’t.”



I've seen that article. It's bizarre they kept changing their story.

According to one of those articles you posted, she refused to put the name of the father on the death certificate. Strange.


According to the Mojica (check spelling)sisters he didn't want her to. Something about privacy, but still strange.
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Reply #172 posted 03/20/17 5:55pm

206Michelle

annalizer said:

Menes said:

According to one of those articles you posted, she refused to put the name of the father on the death certificate. Strange.

According to the Mojica (check spelling)sisters he didn't want her to. Something about privacy, but still strange.

I totally agree that the omission of his name from the death certificate was strange.

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Reply #173 posted 03/20/17 6:01pm

Menes

PennyPurple said:

Menes said:

I do have a provocative and quite cryptic old clip that I'm saving( its her giving an interview in Spanish in Puerto Rico) and , er, let's just say, there's a hint of what was to come. I will wait awhile before I drop anything here.

Why wait? In fact, why do you have to 'drop' it on here? Sounds a bit like Laura, I've got the goods but I'm gonna wait to post them. LOL It's kinda of a stalker-ish tendency. For goodness sakes, let the Lady be.

You are entitled to your opinion , right? I respect it. It would be easy enough for me to interpret you from your post as a neurotic, histrionic that goes to great lengths to place your cranium up Mayte's ass. But you see, I respct your post. So, if I want to drop it when I say I will drop it, what are you accomplishing by branding it a "kinda stalker-ish tendency", except to prove how far up her ass you are? Let's stay friends. Its not worth it.

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Reply #174 posted 03/20/17 6:03pm

annalizer

206Michelle said:



annalizer said:


Menes said:


According to one of those articles you posted, she refused to put the name of the father on the death certificate. Strange.



According to the Mojica (check spelling)sisters he didn't want her to. Something about privacy, but still strange.

I totally agree that the omission of his name from the death certificate was strange.

Now that I think about it, it wouldn't be strange to Prince if he didn't view his child as deceased, so why sign a death certificate? Strange, but it wouldn't surprise me if that was his reason.
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Reply #175 posted 03/20/17 6:08pm

Menes

annalizer said:

206Michelle said:

I totally agree that the omission of his name from the death certificate was strange.

Now that I think about it, it wouldn't be strange to Prince if he didn't view his child as deceased, so why sign a death certificate? Strange, but it wouldn't surprise me if that was his reason.

Yea, but he had it cremated the very next day. He had to have acknowleded the child was gone then. She had no time to grieve it in her arms according to her. Drip drip.

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Reply #176 posted 03/20/17 6:09pm

206Michelle

annalizer said:

206Michelle said:

I totally agree that the omission of his name from the death certificate was strange.

Now that I think about it, it wouldn't be strange to Prince if he didn't view his child as deceased, so why sign a death certificate? Strange, but it wouldn't surprise me if that was his reason.

Annalizer, that's a really good point.

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Reply #177 posted 03/20/17 6:14pm

annalizer

Menes said:



annalizer said:


206Michelle said:


I totally agree that the omission of his name from the death certificate was strange.



Now that I think about it, it wouldn't be strange to Prince if he didn't view his child as deceased, so why sign a death certificate? Strange, but it wouldn't surprise me if that was his reason.

Yea, but he had it cremated the very next day. He had to have acknowleded the child was gone then. She had no time to grieve it in her arms according to her. Drip drip.

Yeah, I thought about that also, but I guess maybe the cremation would have left the smallest trace, but then the ashes are left? Sooooo...
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Menes said:

annalizer said:

206Michelle said: Now that I think about it, it wouldn't be strange to Prince if he didn't view his child as deceased, so why sign a death certificate? Strange, but it wouldn't surprise me if that was his reason.

Yea, but he had it cremated the very next day. He had to have acknowleded the child was gone then. She had no time to grieve it in her arms according to her. Drip drip.

I mean no disrespect or rudeness, Menes, but Amiir was a person. Perhaps "him" would be more appropriate than "it."

Don't die without knowing the cross.
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CatB said:





Menes said:



Please don't write a book. biggrin







Actually I have been writing about it.







Uh, oh. Here, we go. lol







lol

Don't worry, some people actually only write to process things. What I share is for free, there's no cashing in on him. I made a promise to him that I intend to keep.





Please start your own thread, butting in with a response to an old comment is making you seem desperate for attention.

-- Mad because she is not trying to make a quick buck.
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