*On Sunday in a Minneapolis suburb, a Prince memorial was held, but as we reported earlier, the musician’s remains, nor his sister or other relatives were present.

The private event was held at 5pm at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Minnetonka, where Prince, the pop star who died last month, knew many in the congregation, according to theWrap.

KSTP-TV reports that between 300 and 500 people and about 30 high-profile guests attended. A church elder says the service included singing and scripture reading. Prince was a practicing Jehovah’s Witness and was a member of a congregation in St. Louis Park.

A reporter for the local Fox TV station identified one of the mourners as the comic Sinbad. A program tweeted online outlined a service that included prayers and songs as well as an interview with bassist Larry Graham, a Prince mentor.

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But Prince’s sister, Tyke Nelson, who has been managing many of the affairs of his estate, said the family was not behind this service and she would not attend, nor would the singer’s remains be there. However, she wrote on social media that she supported “any and all” memorials and funerals. The family has indicated it will hold its own memorial for the late singer, possibly in August.

Prince died April 21 at Paisley Park recording studio in Chanhassen. An autopsy was conducted April 22 and the results have not been revealed. Carver County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.