Something Truly Chilling Just Happened Outside of Prince’s Estate

Something Truly Chilling Just Happened Outside of Prince’s Estate

As the world mourns the tragic passing of a rock icon, God smiled down on Prince’s estate. Hours after his death was announced, an incredible rainbow broke across the sky above his home. Perhaps it’s a coincidence, but I like to think of it as God honoring a legend who will now perform in heaven. “Yeah, if that doesn’t choke you up, you’re not human,” one Twitter user responded. I agree. Eric Clapton said that Prince was the best guitar player out there. I loved his music and always will. I can’t imagine a world without him. Gone too soon, but never forgotten.

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From TheBlaze:

Hours after the world learned that legendary pop musician Prince had passed away, a rainbow emerged over the singer’s Minneapolis Paisley Park estate.

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Here are some of the photos from the Minnesota property, where many fans are gathering to honor the late superstar.

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Another Twitter user wrote, “He’s let us know he’s home.” TheBlaze put it just right: Turns out, Prince might be finally getting his “Purple Rain.” The singer was discovered Thursday morning, unresponsive in an elevator on his estate. Shortly after authorities and medical professionals arrived, Prince was declared dead. They now believe he died due to a drug overdose, but we won’t know conclusively until his autopsy is done. If you never saw Prince in concert, you really missed something. The man was a pioneer who brought funk to rock… he was everywhere while I was in college. We lost a great one yesterday and I for one will miss him greatly.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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