Generous Prince to help out Irish paupers
Pop superstar Prince has generously pledged to give any food leftover from his upcoming gig at Malahide Castle to an Irish homeless charity.
The ‘Purple Rain’ singer has demanded that no grub leftover at the many food stalls that will be present at the gig go to waste, with Irish homeless charity DePaul Ireland set to reap the rewards of the generosity of a man who has been music royalty for nearly four decades.
“Prince has stipulated that he doesn’t want any food from the stalls or catering at the event to go to waste,” a Prince insider told The Sun.
“Organisers are consulting with St Vincent De Paul to organise getting the food over to them after the gig.
“There will be a huge variety of food stalls available to punters and there’s sure to be lots left over on the night.
CEO of DePaul Kerry Anthony added: “We are delighted to accept the donation of food from Prince.”
The artist formerly known as the artist formerly known as Prince hits Malahide Castle on Sunday 31 July and he has promised an amazing spectacle for his sizeable contingent of Irish fans, who were left gutted three years go when he controversially cancelled an Irish gig at short notice.
“I’m going to play as long as they let me at Malahide Castle when I come over,” the 53-year old said last week.
“Tell Dublin to bring their dancing shoes. It’s going to get real funky.”