As the news was breaking that legendary singer Prince had died on Thursday, Fox News invited conservative actress Stacey Dash to offer the network’s first celebrity eulogy.
“What I remember the most about him was he was someone that transcended time,” Dash said. “You just felt like time didn’t exist and he was so innovative.”
“You didn’t look at him as a black artist or an artist of any color,” she continued. “He was just Prince. And his music just resonated with everyone.”
Dash said that she recalled sneaking into a club to see Prince as a teenager.
“And being able to get a glimpse of him and getting up close,” she remarked. “I didn’t realize how small he was. He might have been small in height but his persona filled the entire room.”
“He had a very strong message about being who you are despite what people think. He was who he wanted to be and that’s what I loved about him.”
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