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Reply #30 posted 12/10/18 3:32pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:



This is beyond preachy by Hannah.

If I didnt know better, one would think Hannah was talking about P when I was first introduced to his music in the late 1970's.

The whole fallacy that women need to cover up in order to get respect from men is infuriating.

Stop tearing down women with your aggressive comments on how you think a woman should talk/behave/dress.

Nah she’s right. Elisa Fiorillo once said something similar about how Prince wanted her, Shelby and Liv to dress. I can’t find many examples of any of them on stage wearing really short skirts/dresses or showing much cleavage.



I'm talking to you.

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Reply #31 posted 12/10/18 3:36pm

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Well Hannah Welton said this in an interview with The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.c...-like-meat Welton: “We’ve been inspired by his style and him telling us how he wants people to see us. There’s a way to be portrayed as beautiful, and even sassy and sophisticated, yet still powerful. None of us will ever compromise our look and feel as if we have to go out there wearing next to nothing to be noticed. That’s what the industry has become these days and the music is suffering; people are over-compensating for their music not being very good. “We have way too many young kids looking up to artists that are putting out music with terrible, vulgar messages and also walking around with next to nothing on. There are misogynists everywhere in the music industry. But if women are getting sick and tired of men talking about them in their music like they’re a piece of meat, they can’t then walk around treating their body like it’s a piece of meat. Cover up, carry yourself like a woman, and then hopefully the men will take the hint and start treating you with the respect you deserve. But women first have to stand up for themselves and stop degrading themselves, stop compromising. We talk about these things with Prince a lot.” Now maybe being an exotic dancer on a stripper pole doesn’t quality. I won’t make that judgement. Or the women in Prince’s life didn’t always listen to what he said. lol Case in point Janelle who swears like a sailor on her most recent album. https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ “Did you ever hear Muhammad Ali curse?” he says. “Would you curse in front of your kids? To your mother? “Marsha, Lianne, Janelle, Donna, Hannah, Ida, Liv, Shelby—they’re all my sisters. We shouldn’t curse at them. We need to treat all of them, and all people, like royalty.” Prince smiles again. “Janelle. She has so much power. She could stop an entire generation from cursing. Could you imagine a whole generation not cursing?”

Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.

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Reply #32 posted 12/10/18 4:09pm

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ChocolateBox3121 said:

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Here's how Misty describes her new direction.

eek Prince WOULD NOT be happy about this! First Janelle turning into a raunchy, pansexual, sex pot and now Misty on the stripper pole! But she looks HOT!

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New goal in life -------> raunchy, pansexual, sex pot

That should ALWAYS be saved for BEHIND closed doors. NOONE should know what U prefer in the bedroom except U and your partner.

"4 all of us, life is death without adventure,& adventure only comes 2 those who are willing 2 b daring & take chances." prince AMA's 1985
“When eye say, ‘eye own “Purple Rain,” eye sound like Kanye.” He paused.“Who eye consider a friend.”
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Reply #33 posted 12/10/18 4:17pm

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PennyPurple said:

rogifan said:

Well Hannah Welton said this in an interview with The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.c...-like-meat Welton: “We’ve been inspired by his style and him telling us how he wants people to see us. There’s a way to be portrayed as beautiful, and even sassy and sophisticated, yet still powerful. None of us will ever compromise our look and feel as if we have to go out there wearing next to nothing to be noticed. That’s what the industry has become these days and the music is suffering; people are over-compensating for their music not being very good. “We have way too many young kids looking up to artists that are putting out music with terrible, vulgar messages and also walking around with next to nothing on. There are misogynists everywhere in the music industry. But if women are getting sick and tired of men talking about them in their music like they’re a piece of meat, they can’t then walk around treating their body like it’s a piece of meat. Cover up, carry yourself like a woman, and then hopefully the men will take the hint and start treating you with the respect you deserve. But women first have to stand up for themselves and stop degrading themselves, stop compromising. We talk about these things with Prince a lot.” Now maybe being an exotic dancer on a stripper pole doesn’t quality. I won’t make that judgement. Or the women in Prince’s life didn’t always listen to what he said. lol Case in point Janelle who swears like a sailor on her most recent album. https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ “Did you ever hear Muhammad Ali curse?” he says. “Would you curse in front of your kids? To your mother? “Marsha, Lianne, Janelle, Donna, Hannah, Ida, Liv, Shelby—they’re all my sisters. We shouldn’t curse at them. We need to treat all of them, and all people, like royalty.” Prince smiles again. “Janelle. She has so much power. She could stop an entire generation from cursing. Could you imagine a whole generation not cursing?”

Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.

True. He did venture away from those kinds of things as he grew older thankfully. I seem to recall that Damaris dressed a bit scantily for some performances but her dancing was very tame and pretty conservative.

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Reply #34 posted 12/10/18 5:04pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:



rogifan said:


Krystalkisses said:
What specifically would Prince find objectionable about this?

Well Hannah Welton said this in an interview with The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.c...-like-meat Welton: “We’ve been inspired by his style and him telling us how he wants people to see us. There’s a way to be portrayed as beautiful, and even sassy and sophisticated, yet still powerful. None of us will ever compromise our look and feel as if we have to go out there wearing next to nothing to be noticed. That’s what the industry has become these days and the music is suffering; people are over-compensating for their music not being very good. “We have way too many young kids looking up to artists that are putting out music with terrible, vulgar messages and also walking around with next to nothing on. There are misogynists everywhere in the music industry. But if women are getting sick and tired of men talking about them in their music like they’re a piece of meat, they can’t then walk around treating their body like it’s a piece of meat. Cover up, carry yourself like a woman, and then hopefully the men will take the hint and start treating you with the respect you deserve. But women first have to stand up for themselves and stop degrading themselves, stop compromising. We talk about these things with Prince a lot.” Now maybe being an exotic dancer on a stripper pole doesn’t quality. I won’t make that judgement. Or the women in Prince’s life didn’t always listen to what he said. lol Case in point Janelle who swears like a sailor on her most recent album. https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ “Did you ever hear Muhammad Ali curse?” he says. “Would you curse in front of your kids? To your mother? “Marsha, Lianne, Janelle, Donna, Hannah, Ida, Liv, Shelby—they’re all my sisters. We shouldn’t curse at them. We need to treat all of them, and all people, like royalty.” Prince smiles again. “Janelle. She has so much power. She could stop an entire generation from cursing. Could you imagine a whole generation not cursing?”



This is beyond preachy by Hannah.

If I didnt know better, one would think Hannah was talking about P when I was first introduced to his music in the late 1970's.



The whole fallacy that women need to cover up in order to get respect from men is infuriating.

Stop tearing down women with your aggressive comments on how you think a woman should talk/behave/dress.



I don’t think she or Prince’s words were meant to say cover up to an extreme, I think they just meant have some respect for oneself.
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Reply #35 posted 12/10/18 5:04pm

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PennyPurple said:



rogifan said:






Well Hannah Welton said this in an interview with The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.c...-like-meat Welton: “We’ve been inspired by his style and him telling us how he wants people to see us. There’s a way to be portrayed as beautiful, and even sassy and sophisticated, yet still powerful. None of us will ever compromise our look and feel as if we have to go out there wearing next to nothing to be noticed. That’s what the industry has become these days and the music is suffering; people are over-compensating for their music not being very good. “We have way too many young kids looking up to artists that are putting out music with terrible, vulgar messages and also walking around with next to nothing on. There are misogynists everywhere in the music industry. But if women are getting sick and tired of men talking about them in their music like they’re a piece of meat, they can’t then walk around treating their body like it’s a piece of meat. Cover up, carry yourself like a woman, and then hopefully the men will take the hint and start treating you with the respect you deserve. But women first have to stand up for themselves and stop degrading themselves, stop compromising. We talk about these things with Prince a lot.” Now maybe being an exotic dancer on a stripper pole doesn’t quality. I won’t make that judgement. Or the women in Prince’s life didn’t always listen to what he said. lol Case in point Janelle who swears like a sailor on her most recent album. https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ “Did you ever hear Muhammad Ali curse?” he says. “Would you curse in front of your kids? To your mother? “Marsha, Lianne, Janelle, Donna, Hannah, Ida, Liv, Shelby—they’re all my sisters. We shouldn’t curse at them. We need to treat all of them, and all people, like royalty.” Prince smiles again. “Janelle. She has so much power. She could stop an entire generation from cursing. Could you imagine a whole generation not cursing?”

Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.


And when was that? Not in the last 10-15 years of his life. Most people grow up...unless their name is Madonna. lol

https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/
I ask Prince about something that his bodyguard Romeo said before he came into the room, when he asked everyone not to curse. What about “Head”? What about “Sexy M.F.,” “Darling Nikki,” “Erotic City”? Long before rappers, Prince was one of the first artists to test the limits of profanity on records. “All you do is grow and change,” he explains. “A lot of things I don’t do [anymore],” he says, “and some things I do more of.”
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Reply #36 posted 12/10/18 5:05pm

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rogifan said:


ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:




This is beyond preachy by Hannah.

If I didnt know better, one would think Hannah was talking about P when I was first introduced to his music in the late 1970's.



The whole fallacy that women need to cover up in order to get respect from men is infuriating.

Stop tearing down women with your aggressive comments on how you think a woman should talk/behave/dress.



Nah she’s right. Elisa Fiorillo once said something similar about how Prince wanted her, Shelby and Liv to dress. I can’t find many examples of any of them on stage wearing really short skirts/dresses or showing much cleavage.



I'm talking to you.


What are my aggressive comments? confused
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Reply #37 posted 12/10/18 5:07pm

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rogifan said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:



rogifan said:


Krystalkisses said:
What specifically would Prince find objectionable about this?

Well Hannah Welton said this in an interview with The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.c...-like-meat Welton: “We’ve been inspired by his style and him telling us how he wants people to see us. There’s a way to be portrayed as beautiful, and even sassy and sophisticated, yet still powerful. None of us will ever compromise our look and feel as if we have to go out there wearing next to nothing to be noticed. That’s what the industry has become these days and the music is suffering; people are over-compensating for their music not being very good. “We have way too many young kids looking up to artists that are putting out music with terrible, vulgar messages and also walking around with next to nothing on. There are misogynists everywhere in the music industry. But if women are getting sick and tired of men talking about them in their music like they’re a piece of meat, they can’t then walk around treating their body like it’s a piece of meat. Cover up, carry yourself like a woman, and then hopefully the men will take the hint and start treating you with the respect you deserve. But women first have to stand up for themselves and stop degrading themselves, stop compromising. We talk about these things with Prince a lot.” Now maybe being an exotic dancer on a stripper pole doesn’t quality. I won’t make that judgement. Or the women in Prince’s life didn’t always listen to what he said. lol Case in point Janelle who swears like a sailor on her most recent album. https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ “Did you ever hear Muhammad Ali curse?” he says. “Would you curse in front of your kids? To your mother? “Marsha, Lianne, Janelle, Donna, Hannah, Ida, Liv, Shelby—they’re all my sisters. We shouldn’t curse at them. We need to treat all of them, and all people, like royalty.” Prince smiles again. “Janelle. She has so much power. She could stop an entire generation from cursing. Could you imagine a whole generation not cursing?”



This is beyond preachy by Hannah.

If I didnt know better, one would think Hannah was talking about P when I was first introduced to his music in the late 1970's.



The whole fallacy that women need to cover up in order to get respect from men is infuriating.

Stop tearing down women with your aggressive comments on how you think a woman should talk/behave/dress.


Nah she’s right. Elisa Fiorillo once said something similar about how Prince wanted her, Shelby and Liv to dress. I can’t find many examples of any of them on stage wearing really short skirts/dresses or showing much cleavage.


Elisa says that once when she showed up with a short skirt on, Prince said, “You look like Olivia.” (her small daughter). And darn it if she didn’t. lol
He knew what he was doing. They usually looked gracious and beautiful (I’m specifically thinking of Montreux 2013.)
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Reply #38 posted 12/10/18 5:50pm

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rogifan said:
Nah she’s right. Elisa Fiorillo once said something similar about how Prince wanted her, Shelby and Liv to dress. I can’t find many examples of any of them on stage wearing really short skirts/dresses or showing much cleavage.
Elisa says that once when she showed up with a short skirt on, Prince said, “You look like Olivia.” (her small daughter). And darn it if she didn’t. lol He knew what he was doing. They usually looked gracious and beautiful (I’m specifically thinking of Montreux 2013.)

lol I remember her saying that. The ladies did look very classy and lovely at Montreux. I also loved the gorgeous Moroccan dresses that Shelby said he gifted them with for the Welcome 2 Canada shows.

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Reply #39 posted 12/10/18 5:51pm

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Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.

And when was that? Not in the last 10-15 years of his life. Most people grow up...unless their name is Madonna. lol https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ I ask Prince about something that his bodyguard Romeo said before he came into the room, when he asked everyone not to curse. What about “Head”? What about “Sexy M.F.,” “Darling Nikki,” “Erotic City”? Long before rappers, Prince was one of the first artists to test the limits of profanity on records. “All you do is grow and change,” he explains. “A lot of things I don’t do [anymore],” he says, “and some things I do more of.”

Doesn't matter, he still did it. Right? For years and years. And no matter his age he still liked them young too.

Heck he went on stage with just a brief on. Back then in 79-early 80's that was eye opening. He dared to be different, and that's why I liked him.

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Reply #40 posted 12/10/18 6:01pm

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I see the article is voicing it's own objections that are more than just how much clothing she has on. Now I know I've seen ballets where the dancers were in all types of revealing costumes, it's the nature of the business. Now the bit Misty did with Prince I can see she respected his wishes when she was on his stage. I can see the point of the article especially if it reflected a different direction on last years calendar. But Misty still is a classic ballerina, she's not making her money on the pole but I guess she is still showing some respect for those that do it. I'm sure it isn't an easy thing to master and master it well.

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Reply #41 posted 12/10/18 9:09pm

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rogifan said:

PennyPurple said:

Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.

And when was that? Not in the last 10-15 years of his life. Most people grow up...unless their name is Madonna. lol https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ I ask Prince about something that his bodyguard Romeo said before he came into the room, when he asked everyone not to curse. What about “Head”? What about “Sexy M.F.,” “Darling Nikki,” “Erotic City”? Long before rappers, Prince was one of the first artists to test the limits of profanity on records. “All you do is grow and change,” he explains. “A lot of things I don’t do [anymore],” he says, “and some things I do more of.”



Are you for real?

Have you read the lyrics to his last three albums? His songs are replete with suggestive sexual innuendo, and many songs are more than innuendo. There are explicit sexual songs.



This man NEVER wore underwear while performing up to the very end. He was in control of everything he did on stage.

There are numerous photos to prove this.

Stop trying to make the legacy of this man into something that he truly was not.

Stop degrading women with your judgemental rants about their behavior/dress/speech that doesnt fit your "norm" and go put on your "hooker" shoes and Let's Dance.


Aye, aye, aye.




[Edited 12/10/18 21:26pm]

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Reply #42 posted 12/10/18 10:25pm

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rogifan said:

PennyPurple said: And when was that? Not in the last 10-15 years of his life. Most people grow up...unless their name is Madonna. lol https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ I ask Prince about something that his bodyguard Romeo said before he came into the room, when he asked everyone not to curse. What about “Head”? What about “Sexy M.F.,” “Darling Nikki,” “Erotic City”? Long before rappers, Prince was one of the first artists to test the limits of profanity on records. “All you do is grow and change,” he explains. “A lot of things I don’t do [anymore],” he says, “and some things I do more of.”



Are you for real?

Have you read the lyrics to his last three albums? His songs are replete with suggestive sexual innuendo, and many songs are more than innuendo. There are explicit sexual songs.



This man NEVER wore underwear while performing up to the very end. He was in control of everything he did on stage.

There are numerous photos to prove this.

Stop trying to make the legacy of this man into something that he truly was not.

Stop degrading women with your judgemental rants about their behavior/dress/speech that doesnt fit your "norm" and go put on your "hooker" shoes and Let's Dance.


Aye, aye, aye.




[Edited 12/10/18 21:26pm]

Yes,some of the songs on the last few albums were pretty suggestive. They weren't raunchy like the ones mentioned but they were sensual with some innuendo. Even one of the last songs that Adrian Crutchfield sang lead on,"Ruff Enuff" had some rather suggestive lyrics. "Screwdriver" too but Prince said that it wasn't what you thought it was about and that it was actually about "the counterclockwise." What he's singing/saying under the verses in the bridge of "This Could B Us" is on the borderline of explicit though.

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Reply #43 posted 12/10/18 10:50pm

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The last 10+ years were drastically different from the earlier years, musically, performance wise and personally. The Rude Boy was gone. This is severely obvious. His comments were obviously made during the post Rude Boy era.
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Reply #44 posted 12/11/18 3:32am

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pinkcashmere23 said:



TheTruth123 said:


rogifan said:
Nah she’s right. Elisa Fiorillo once said something similar about how Prince wanted her, Shelby and Liv to dress. I can’t find many examples of any of them on stage wearing really short skirts/dresses or showing much cleavage.

Elisa says that once when she showed up with a short skirt on, Prince said, “You look like Olivia.” (her small daughter). And darn it if she didn’t. lol He knew what he was doing. They usually looked gracious and beautiful (I’m specifically thinking of Montreux 2013.)

lol I remember her saying that. The ladies did look very classy and lovely at Montreux. I also loved the gorgeous Moroccan dresses that Shelby said he gifted them with for the Welcome 2 Canada shows.




Yes. Any long, flowing tunic they were all in (including him!) always looked wonderful.
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Reply #45 posted 12/11/18 7:04am

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:



rogifan said:


PennyPurple said:


Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.



And when was that? Not in the last 10-15 years of his life. Most people grow up...unless their name is Madonna. lol https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ I ask Prince about something that his bodyguard Romeo said before he came into the room, when he asked everyone not to curse. What about “Head”? What about “Sexy M.F.,” “Darling Nikki,” “Erotic City”? Long before rappers, Prince was one of the first artists to test the limits of profanity on records. “All you do is grow and change,” he explains. “A lot of things I don’t do [anymore],” he says, “and some things I do more of.”



Are you for real?



Have you read the lyrics to his last three albums? His songs are replete with suggestive sexual innuendo, and many songs are more than innuendo. There are explicit sexual songs.





This man NEVER wore underwear while performing up to the very end. He was in control of everything he did on stage.

There are numerous photos to prove this.

Stop trying to make the legacy of this man into something that he truly was not.

Stop degrading women with your judgemental rants about their behavior/dress/speech that doesnt fit your "norm" and go put on your "hooker" shoes and Let's Dance.


Aye, aye, aye.







[Edited 12/10/18 21:26pm]


Judgemental rants? WTF are you talking about? I posted a quote from Hannah Welton. I didn’t rant about anything. Saying someone’s shoes look like hooker shoes isn’t a rant. Good grief.
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Reply #46 posted 12/11/18 7:31am

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rogifan said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:



rogifan said:


PennyPurple said:


Well Prince sure didn't seem to mind when he had his girls up there on stage 1/2 clothed, and simulating sex and blow jobs. Or the orgy act going on in the background of Gett Off on the stage.



And when was that? Not in the last 10-15 years of his life. Most people grow up...unless their name is Madonna. lol https://www.essence.com/c...june-2014/ I ask Prince about something that his bodyguard Romeo said before he came into the room, when he asked everyone not to curse. What about “Head”? What about “Sexy M.F.,” “Darling Nikki,” “Erotic City”? Long before rappers, Prince was one of the first artists to test the limits of profanity on records. “All you do is grow and change,” he explains. “A lot of things I don’t do [anymore],” he says, “and some things I do more of.”



Are you for real?



Have you read the lyrics to his last three albums? His songs are replete with suggestive sexual innuendo, and many songs are more than innuendo. There are explicit sexual songs.





This man NEVER wore underwear while performing up to the very end. He was in control of everything he did on stage.

There are numerous photos to prove this.

Stop trying to make the legacy of this man into something that he truly was not.

Stop degrading women with your judgemental rants about their behavior/dress/speech that doesnt fit your "norm" and go put on your "hooker" shoes and Let's Dance.


Aye, aye, aye.







[Edited 12/10/18 21:26pm]


Judgemental rants? WTF are you talking about? I posted a quote from Hannah Welton. I didn’t rant about anything. Saying someone’s shoes look like hooker shoes isn’t a rant. Good grief.


Showing off her underwear inventory skills so she couldn’t care less who said it! *No underwear? Check!*
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Reply #47 posted 12/11/18 8:42am

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um Prince? how about her husband? Prince and Misty were never romantic, so why should she care in this respect. It's art.

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Looks very futuristic. Reminds me of Blade Runner

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Reply #49 posted 12/11/18 8:45am

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pinkcashmere23 said:

lol I remember her saying that. The ladies did look very classy and lovely at Montreux. I also loved the gorgeous Moroccan dresses that Shelby said he gifted them with for the Welcome 2 Canada shows.

Yes. Any long, flowing tunic they were all in (including him!) always looked wonderful.

Yes I think the tunics were gorgeous. The dresses from Morocco had beautiful color detail too. Shelby was wearing another gorgeous top for a recent "Shelby Live" that she said Prince got for her while they were there. She spoke very highly of him and his generosity throughout the chat.

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Reply #50 posted 12/11/18 9:14am

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people need to stop with the judgements

Prince has Misty presenting her vagina to him with his microphone angled directly into it's direction

Stop judging women.

Image result for prince and misty copeland

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Reply #51 posted 12/11/18 9:24am

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Yes,that's what I was remembering from the performance. It was very talked about at the time too.

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Reply #52 posted 12/11/18 9:46am

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people need to stop with the judgements



Prince has Misty presenting her vagina to him with his microphone angled directly into it's direction



Stop judging women.




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So you think as just the dancer Misty had no say in the way she danced for him? She did as she was told and didn’t ask questions? “Okay you want me to present my vagina to you so I have a reason to be here taking up some of your stage, some of your spotlight, yeah okay, i’ll present my vagina to you
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muchtoofast said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

people need to stop with the judgements

Prince has Misty presenting her vagina to him with his microphone angled directly into it's direction

Stop judging women.

Image result for prince and misty copeland

So you think as just the dancer Misty had no say in the way she danced for him? She did as she was told and didn’t ask questions? “Okay you want me to present my vagina to you so I have a reason to be here taking up some of your stage, some of your spotlight, yeah okay, i’ll present my vagina to you

I don't know what the process was. I'm saying people saying "Prince would not approve of what Misty did with these photos, yet he did this on the Welcome 2 tour, need to stop judging Misty. And acting as if Prince was some anti-sexual.

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Reply #54 posted 12/11/18 10:02am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

people need to stop with the judgements

Prince has Misty presenting her vagina to him with his microphone angled directly into it's direction

Stop judging women.

Image result for prince and misty copeland

So you think as just the dancer Misty had no say in the way she danced for him? She did as she was told and didn’t ask questions? “Okay you want me to present my vagina to you so I have a reason to be here taking up some of your stage, some of your spotlight, yeah okay, i’ll present my vagina to you

Misty has said that Prince gave her freedom to do what she wanted to onstage so it may have been her idea. At the end of 'TBO's',she also wrapped her arms around Prince in a suggestive embrace. People back then were thinking that they were together because they looked so intimate.

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I don't know what the process was. I'm saying people saying "Prince would not approve of what Misty did with these photos, yet he did this on the Welcome 2 tour, need to stop judging Misty. And acting as if Prince was some anti-sexual.

Agree!!!

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Reply #56 posted 12/11/18 10:26am

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Misty & Prince out on a date holding hands.

Prince & Misty on yet ANOTHER date at a gala....

"4 all of us, life is death without adventure,& adventure only comes 2 those who are willing 2 b daring & take chances." prince AMA's 1985
“When eye say, ‘eye own “Purple Rain,” eye sound like Kanye.” He paused.“Who eye consider a friend.”
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And Misty said she and Prince were not romantic

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OldFriends4Sale said:


people need to stop with the judgements



Prince has Misty presenting her vagina to him with his microphone angled directly into it's direction



Stop judging women.




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What a sexy photo! I thought they looked really amazing together onstage.
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Krystalkisses said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

people need to stop with the judgements

Prince has Misty presenting her vagina to him with his microphone angled directly into it's direction

Stop judging women.

Image result for prince and misty copeland

What a sexy photo! I thought they looked really amazing together onstage.

They sure did

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