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Reply #60 posted 07/20/17 4:50am

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rogifan said:

purplerabbithole said:

Nobody reads the NPG articles... it was on this very site...

Here's the link again. (Read the last paragraph).

https://www.forbes.com/si...d8d2c6f5aa

So he spoke to a former manger. And he doesn’t say what “it” is, so people are assuming he meant addiction.

Exactly and Morris was not working for Prince or around to know what he looked like.

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Reply #61 posted 07/20/17 4:54am

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Morris is talking about both incidents. They asked him about how he felt about Prince's death. My interpretation is that he thought something was up due to P's appearance but didn't come up (but may have made inquiries). Then the Moline incident occurred and he talked to P's manager, at that point,making his statement that they need to get a handle on the situation. I am not sure how much he knew about P's drug problem but I think he knew things were problematic especially after Moline. Maybe, he thought they had a handle on it because KJ told him about the pain/drug treatment folks coming. When Prince died, he was 'inconsolable'because he never came up to Paisley that week even though he apparently thought he probably should.. He may not have understood how bad things were. LIke I said, I don't think anyone other than KJ or Meron knew that Prince had lethal pills in his possession. Pill poppers (who have a dependency due to pain issues) don't usually kick off due to a pill that would kill a whale and certainly not that quickly after a near death experience.



More likely people speculate too much. We don’t know exactly what Morris meant. And we certainly don’t know what, if anything, Morris or other members of NPG have discussed with Kirk. All we know from that Forbes article is Morris spoke to a former Prince manager.
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Reply #62 posted 07/20/17 7:53am

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I am a big fan of NPG. I am glad all of them including Kirk are jamming together. We all miss Prince and Kirky J drumming or not will never bring Prince back.

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Reply #63 posted 07/20/17 8:36am

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all prince's managers are FORMER managers now. Are you implying that that manager was fired within the last week of Prince's life. I just assumed the manager was KJ. He could mean tour manager. Don't know.

rogifan said:

purplerabbithole said:

Morris is talking about both incidents. They asked him about how he felt about Prince's death. My interpretation is that he thought something was up due to P's appearance but didn't come up (but may have made inquiries). Then the Moline incident occurred and he talked to P's manager, at that point,making his statement that they need to get a handle on the situation. I am not sure how much he knew about P's drug problem but I think he knew things were problematic especially after Moline. Maybe, he thought they had a handle on it because KJ told him about the pain/drug treatment folks coming. When Prince died, he was 'inconsolable'because he never came up to Paisley that week even though he apparently thought he probably should.. He may not have understood how bad things were. LIke I said, I don't think anyone other than KJ or Meron knew that Prince had lethal pills in his possession. Pill poppers (who have a dependency due to pain issues) don't usually kick off due to a pill that would kill a whale and certainly not that quickly after a near death experience.

More likely people speculate too much. We don’t know exactly what Morris meant. And we certainly don’t know what, if anything, Morris or other members of NPG have discussed with Kirk. All we know from that Forbes article is Morris spoke to a former Prince manager.

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Reply #64 posted 07/20/17 9:04am

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Enjoy but watch who you stand for. We had people championing Londell about six months ago and look how that worked out.

Reciprocity said:

I am a big fan of NPG. I am glad all of them including Kirk are jamming together. We all miss Prince and Kirky J drumming or not will never bring Prince back.

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Reply #65 posted 07/20/17 9:42am

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Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.

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Reply #66 posted 07/20/17 9:56am

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laurarichardson said:

Enjoy but watch who you stand for. We had people championing Londell about six months ago and look how that worked out.

Reciprocity said:

I am a big fan of NPG. I am glad all of them including Kirk are jamming together. We all miss Prince and Kirky J drumming or not will never bring Prince back.

I agree and I don't support Kirk and I side eye him; but honestly side eye almost ALL of the people around Prince then even Judith H. I find both Judith and Kirk shadey and suspect but his drumming for NPG does not bother me; he is doing a gig, eventually it will all catch up to them.

Londell needs to go away and stop all his shenanigans

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Reply #67 posted 07/20/17 10:32am

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?


You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.


Its all speculation.


Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to


purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?


I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.


Hey but they read a search warrant, that means they’re all knowledgeable right? lol
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Reply #68 posted 07/20/17 11:02am

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.

Why were pain pills written in Kirk's name by the same Doctor that Prince was seeing for hip pain?

Why did the police catch him in lies and why do the police comment on his bizzare ignorance to what was going on with P's health?

They do not believe him and most of us are going to continue to give him the side eye.

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Reply #69 posted 07/20/17 11:04am

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rogifan said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.

Hey but they read a search warrant, that means they’re all knowledgeable right? lol

It means we can read and it is very clear that the police have their doubts about his statements.

Stop asking people to pretend that what is in the search warrants are not there.

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Reply #70 posted 07/20/17 11:05am

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Reciprocity said:

laurarichardson said:

Enjoy but watch who you stand for. We had people championing Londell about six months ago and look how that worked out.

I agree and I don't support Kirk and I side eye him; but honestly side eye almost ALL of the people around Prince then even Judith H. I find both Judith and Kirk shadey and suspect but his drumming for NPG does not bother me; he is doing a gig, eventually it will all catch up to them.

Londell needs to go away and stop all his shenanigans

Whatever it is they are up to will come out eventrually.

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Reply #71 posted 07/22/17 2:12am

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I wouldn't go see NPG..IMHO because he lied to the police,obviously knew for years that Purple Yoda needed help and waited until the plane incident to try to get him help..If he was the one that tried to that is..
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Reply #72 posted 07/22/17 7:20am

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Who here was championing Londell? Maybe some weren’t/aren’t as negatively obsessed with him as others were/are but that doesn’t mean they were supporting him. Quit with the hyperbole and exaggeration.
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Reply #73 posted 07/22/17 5:57pm

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rogifan said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.

Hey but they read a search warrant, that means they’re all knowledgeable right? lol

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Would you believe someone who keeps changing their story? confused

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Reply #74 posted 07/22/17 5:59pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.

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Reply #75 posted 07/22/17 6:01pm

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laurarichardson said:

rogifan said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said: Hey but they read a search warrant, that means they’re all knowledgeable right? lol

It means we can read and it is very clear that the police have their doubts about his statements.

Stop asking people to pretend that what is in the search warrants are not there.

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Exactly! It's all there, in black and white, if people want to take the time to read it.

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Reply #76 posted 07/22/17 6:02pm

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Purplebflogirl said:

I wouldn't go see NPG..IMHO because he lied to the police,obviously knew for years that Purple Yoda needed help and waited until the plane incident to try to get him help..If he was the one that tried to that is..

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Reply #77 posted 07/22/17 11:54pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.


Agreed. If there was something he could be or should be arrested for, it would have happened. The fact that he has not been and has been allowed to leave the country says a lot.


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Reply #78 posted 07/23/17 6:57am

rogifan

cloveringold85 said:



laurarichardson said:




rogifan said:


ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said: Hey but they read a search warrant, that means they’re all knowledgeable right? lol

It means we can read and it is very clear that the police have their doubts about his statements.



Stop asking people to pretend that what is in the search warrants are not there.



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Exactly! It's all there, in black and white, if people want to take the time to read it.



And yet he’s been charged with nothing and is free to leave the country. No way it would take this long for him to be charged with something (or forbidden from leaving the country) if it was all plain to see from the search warrants.
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Reply #79 posted 07/23/17 11:44am

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Mumio said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Why are so many people ready to throw Kirk in jail?

You have no clue what his role is in Ps death.

Its all speculation.

Why would Kirk take P to his own doctor to get pain meds if Kirk was able to

purchase a huge amount of illegal opiates for P?

I wouldnt want any of y'all on my jury.


Agreed. If there was something he could be or should be arrested for, it would have happened. The fact that he has not been and has been allowed to leave the country says a lot.


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Just because someone lies or changes their story doesn't necessarily mean they have committed a crime; but they might have something to hide. His behavior is shady, imo.

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Reply #80 posted 07/23/17 11:45am

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rogifan said:

cloveringold85 said:

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Exactly! It's all there, in black and white, if people want to take the time to read it.

And yet he’s been charged with nothing and is free to leave the country. No way it would take this long for him to be charged with something (or forbidden from leaving the country) if it was all plain to see from the search warrants.

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True.

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Reply #81 posted 07/23/17 12:01pm

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According to an expert on these kinds investigaters, often police don't want to arrest the small fish because they are really after the big fish. Arresting the small fish means you can't monitor them or use them anymore to catch the big fish. They were more interested in the ones who made the illegal pills than the one who procured them.

cloveringold85 said:

rogifan said:

cloveringold85 said: And yet he’s been charged with nothing and is free to leave the country. No way it would take this long for him to be charged with something (or forbidden from leaving the country) if it was all plain to see from the search warrants.

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True.

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Reply #82 posted 07/23/17 12:04pm

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purplerabbithole said:

According to an expert on these kinds investigaters, often police don't want to arrest the small fish because they are really after the big fish. Arresting the small fish means you can't monitor them or use them anymore to catch the big fish. They were more interested in the ones who made the illegal pills than the one who procured them.

cloveringold85 said:

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True.

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The people who make these illegal drugs and the people who buy them are both to blame.

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The authorities may just be biding their time until they have more information. Just because an arrest hasn't been made does not mean everyone is off the hook, just yet.....

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Reply #83 posted 07/23/17 12:23pm

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cloveringold85 said:



purplerabbithole said:


According to an expert on these kinds investigaters, often police don't want to arrest the small fish because they are really after the big fish. Arresting the small fish means you can't monitor them or use them anymore to catch the big fish. They were more interested in the ones who made the illegal pills than the one who procured them.







cloveringold85 said:



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True.






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The people who make these illegal drugs and the people who buy them are both to blame.


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The authorities may just be biding their time until they have more information. Just because an arrest hasn't been made does not mean everyone is off the hook, just yet.....




But we don’t know if anyone is on the hook. As far as I’m aware no suspects have been named or even alleged. Again if KJ was a suspect would he be involved with PP and performing with the NPG? This is why I go back to there’s so much we don’t know and just pouring over search warrants doesn’t make someone an expert.
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Reply #84 posted 07/23/17 1:51pm

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rogifan said:

cloveringold85 said:

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The people who make these illegal drugs and the people who buy them are both to blame.

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The authorities may just be biding their time until they have more information. Just because an arrest hasn't been made does not mean everyone is off the hook, just yet.....

But we don’t know if anyone is on the hook. As far as I’m aware no suspects have been named or even alleged. Again if KJ was a suspect would he be involved with PP and performing with the NPG? This is why I go back to there’s so much we don’t know and just pouring over search warrants doesn’t make someone an expert.

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I'm no expert; far from it, LOL lol

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All we have to go on right now is the information in the warrants.

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KJ is keeping quiet. But, you would think that someone who was so close to Prince for what, 30+ years, would have a lot to say? Heck, that is a lot of info to keep up in that "vault" head of his, LOL lol

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Reply #85 posted 07/24/17 8:27am

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rogifan said:

cloveringold85 said:

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The people who make these illegal drugs and the people who buy them are both to blame.

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The authorities may just be biding their time until they have more information. Just because an arrest hasn't been made does not mean everyone is off the hook, just yet.....

But we don’t know if anyone is on the hook. As far as I’m aware no suspects have been named or even alleged. Again if KJ was a suspect would he be involved with PP and performing with the NPG? This is why I go back to there’s so much we don’t know and just pouring over search warrants doesn’t make someone an expert.

Please go and read the search warrants. The police make it very clear that he was lying and being evasive. You can have a high school reading level and figure out what they are driving at.

The case is not closed and the last statment by the police at the six month mark was concerning keeping the warrants sealed because of suspected persons. They even mentioned underworld ties.

They suspect someone they may not have enought to make an arrest or go to court with. Law enforcement is not going to arrest anyone if they do not have a solid case.

We know that Prince did not make those pills in the bottom of Paisely Park they came from somewhere and I already put up the case in Oregon that shows that a lot of these pills are manufactured right in America and it is not that difficult to track down. I think this case was botched and not taken seriously until they found out how much was in his system and that he did not have any in his system from previous test. Once they found that out the DEA was brought in which too me was too late.

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Reply #86 posted 07/24/17 2:23pm

rogifan

cloveringold85 said:



rogifan said:


cloveringold85 said:


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The people who make these illegal drugs and the people who buy them are both to blame.


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The authorities may just be biding their time until they have more information. Just because an arrest hasn't been made does not mean everyone is off the hook, just yet.....





But we don’t know if anyone is on the hook. As far as I’m aware no suspects have been named or even alleged. Again if KJ was a suspect would he be involved with PP and performing with the NPG? This is why I go back to there’s so much we don’t know and just pouring over search warrants doesn’t make someone an expert.

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I'm no expert; far from it, LOL lol


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All we have to go on right now is the information in the warrants.


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KJ is keeping quiet. But, you would think that someone who was so close to Prince for what, 30+ years, would have a lot to say? Heck, that is a lot of info to keep up in that "vault" head of his, LOL lol




No I don’t think someone that close to Prince would have a lot to say. It’s none of our business so I’m glad he’s keeping quiet. If that makes me a bad fan so be it.
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