When you don’t score an invite to the Celebration but you still have books to sell...
We see that Mayte is sticking with this story about Prince allegedly burning their son’s ashes. We say allegedly because that’s how you should preface an accusatory statement when you have no proof and rely on the word of a friend who allegedly heard about an alleged incident from someone else.
“But in that whole purple foo foo world, only one small thing truly mattered to me: Amiir’s ashes. It took me a long time to find out what had happened to the little urn with the dolphin family. I kept asking and badgering and getting no answer. Eventually, a compassionate friend told me that she’d heard about a troubling incident: Prince’s assistant was upset that he had been asked to burn everything in the house that reminded him of me or the baby, including the contents of the nursery—Amiir’s crib and toys and clothes and books—everything. I stared at her, stammering in disbelief. “But—but surely, he—not everything.” “It’s all gone,” she said. “I’m so sorry.” - The Most Beautiful by Mayte Garcia, 2017
The real question we should ask ourselves is how did Mayte manage to run away with boxes of custom wedding china and most of Prince’s 90′s wardrobe, but not Amiir’s ashes?