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Even when he was dressed down, he'd dress like Prince: three-inch-tall flip-flops, or these heels with lights—they'd light up when he walked. Hayes: We have a thing called Caribou Coffee in Minnesota, which is like Starbucks.
He'd go over there, and he didn't have any pockets. He just had cash he'd carry in his hand—like, a 0 bill.
He liked to send goofy Internet memes to his friends. He rode his bike a lot, went to the hardware store, called old friends late at night.
Chris Heath spoke with band members, fellow artists, and Paisley Park veterans about the life and times of Prince Rogers Nelson—the real Prince, the man so few people got to know before he was gone.
So I returned to the doorman at the advice of Prince—only to be schooled that Prince plays this joke often and that the party was indeed over.
He's untouchable, he's a unicorn, he's a meta-planet.
I saw his bathroom because I left my hair dryer at the hotel and I needed to do my Afro for the show, and he let me use his hair dryer.
Misty Copeland _(principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre; appeared in a Prince video and live performances): _He never called from a number you'd recognize, so you'd never know it was going to be him.
I mean, the way he would re-tweet people, he wouldn't do it how everybody else re-tweets. That was how his staff approached me, addressed me in an e-mail. [They] said, "Prince would like to work with you." I'm very guarded. I've seen him make pancakes—he made me pancakes, he made me eggs. He put curry and a little bit of Cheddar cheese in them. He has his routine with all these young girls who come in: movies, bike ride, possibly a jam session. Tollefson: He'd always have the most beautiful women hanging around with him. And he was really shy, too, so there was this childlike thing that went with it.
I could tell he was just copy-and-pasting stuff—when he first started to do it, he'd be copying the seconds or the minutes, however long since the person tweeted it. I would always make fun of how pale he was—I thought he was super pale. He wouldn't follow people—he followed me for a brief second so he could directly message me, and then he would delete the messages. I don't care who you are—if you have intentions that are sexual, I'm not interested at all. Van Jones: He'd always be on the Internet, going through You Tube, trying to find young artists. But he's not the type of person that eats a lot. [One time] I was 17, I'm here dancing, and this girl was really attractive, and I'm just kind of dancing next to her. Jill Jones: I'd never met anyone like him before. He totally threw me off, because he didn't do what every other guy did—like, come to your house at the right time and pick you up, meet your mom and dad.