The MSNBC correspondent opened up about losing who she describes as her "best friend" and one of the most "incredible relationships"of her life."The only other person I spoke with or speak with more than Prince is my mother," she explained.
He kept saying he was fine and asked me to come to Paisley [Park]...But it is not lost on me that he was much more than music and I think that people know that."She continued, "There are just great things about him I wish I could tell people, but he wanted them to stay private.He didn't want people to know all of the ways he helped other people.Viewers of “Deadline: Crime,” which starts its second season this spring, are familiar with the story — Hall described the horrible day when she got the call that her sister had been found face down in her pool.Initially called an accident, a detective told Hall that that was not so.
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“I should have hugged my sister, and I should have found help for her,” Hall said.“We eventually fell back in love with each other, but the monster was still always there.” Also read: WWII Vet Makes Tearful Plea for National Unity at TCA Hall said the tendency to go back to dangerous situations is what makes the cycle of violence so difficult to stop and what keeps bringing stories like hers to the show.But Hall said she is still not ready to tell her sister’s story on the show.Also read: TCA: OWN Orders Tyler Perry Scripted Drama ‘Single Moms Club’ “I don’t know at this moment if I’m as brave as some of these people who’ve let me in their home,” she said.As the Today show continues to gain momentum, it sounds like someone is trying to stir up trouble that doesn’t exist.