The Late Prince’s sister, Tyka Nelson, gave an exclusive interview with ‘Entertainment Tonight’ while touring Paisley Park.

Tyka opened up about her brother’s death five months ago, which is still hard for many of us to get over. She says to ET’s Kevin Frazier that it wasn’t hard because she knew Prince’s death “was coming”.

“I had been preparing for 2 years. So, I knew that it was coming.” Tyka says.

Watch interview below

Reports of the Late Great Prince’s estate, Paisley Park, up for sale has been all over the internet, but according to CBS Minnesota , the reports are false!
On Saturday, Bremer released the following statement:

“Contrary to some recent media reports, Bremer Trust, the special administrator for the Prince Rogers Nelson estate, has no plans to sell either Paisley Park or the property referred to as the ‘Purple Rain’ house. There is no additional formation to share on this topic.”

The statement did not mention any properties outside of those two.

Prince was found dead in an elevator in Paisley Park on April 21. According to Billboard, Prince told close friends he wanted to turn his Paisley Park home and studio complex into a museum. Now, the trust company overseeing his estate — likely with the backing of Prince’s siblings — is exploring the idea to open it up as a tourist attraction that some have compared with Elvis Presley’s Graceland.

Bremer Trust, the special administrator of Prince’s estate, received permission from a Carver County judge to hire entertainment industry experts to help determine how best to make money off Prince’s intellectual property.

After Prince’s death on Thursday, the iconic musician is already cremated by Saturday. It’s a hard pill to swallow, considering his fans across the world anticipated a public memorial for the star who was loved by many. Sometimes, we forget our fallen star was a Jehovah’s Witness. Funerals for Jehovah’s Witnesses are simple and discreet. There is no wake, celebration or rejoicing following a funeral. Preference is given to quiet reflection and the hope of the resurrection. Read more on the beliefs and practices of Jehovah’s Witnesses here.


Via Variety:


A publicist for Prince has said the remains of the artist were cremated and a private group of friends, family and musicians gathered on Saturday to celebrate his life.

Yvette Noel-Schure said the cause of death is still unknown and toxicology results wouldn’t be available for “at least four weeks.”

“We ask for your blessings and prayers of comfort for his family and close friends at this time,” she said in a statement. “An announcement will be made at a future date for a musical celebration.”

The “final storage” of his body has yet to be determined.

His rep also said a musical celebration was being planned.

Fans gathered over the weekend outside the Paisley Park compound, home and studio of the late singer, as Prince’s former bandmates Sheila E. and Larry Graham were seen entering the property.



The 57 year-old artist was found dead on Thursday by staff members.

Local officials have said there were no visible signs of foul play.

Prince was last seen Wednesday night when a staff member dropped him off at his Paisley Park residence around 8 p.m.

The pop icon played his final show last week in Atlanta.