Prince is still trying to get Web Sheriff to police the internet and help him remove any photos, videos featuring his music and any other images to protect his ‘image’. According to the Beeb he is also hoping to have any album covers, images of him in concert and any lyrics removed. Which is not what Web Sheriff actually say however – “The dispute, in so far as there is one, is related to the use of photographs and images of Prince, many of which are Prince’s copyright,” said John Giacobbi, managing director of Web Sheriff.
Prince, Prince, Prince … ‘I feel for you’, but you need to ‘right the wrong’. This is ‘scandalous’ that you object to the ‘joy in repetition’ of your words and images. Let’s not play this ‘silly game’. On ‘reflection’, I’m sure you’ll ‘come back’ to the view, that this is just a ‘sign o the times’ and that your own ‘arrogance’ has made you look like a ‘jughead’ instead of our ‘daddy pop’. You should be ‘willing and able’ to set this ‘controversy’ aside, give us your ‘trust’, so we can get through this period of ‘chaos and disorder’. ‘Have a heart’. ‘Goodbye’.