Ordinary people frequently find celebrity wills to be so bizarre that they cannot believe what they read. Most wills typically make sure that all financial matters are handled after death. However, they are frequently employed by people to make humorous or political statements. You might find certain situations shocking and difficult to believe. Some celebrities have bizarre expectations, even dubious ones for the afterlife, such spooky memorial rules and bizarre cremation requirements. The most surprising ones give their dogs enormous sums of money. Since none of them are wacky or hilarious, several celebrities have planned ahead and decided how they will retire. Although discussing funerals, wills, and last desires is not really pleasant, we do address some bizarre and strange celebrity wills.
Oprah is an American talk show presenter, actress, media mogul, and producer. She is one of the wealthiest women in the globe and the richest African-American, with unusual ambitions for her fortune. After her passing, her beloved dogs will receive $30 million, with the rest money going to charitable causes. What would dogs do with $30 million? Weird!
The youthful rapper is the most famous rapper of all time and sold over 75 million albums globally. Tupac made a request to his pals in the case of his passing, albeit it was not a formal component of his will (in 1996 when he was gunned down in a drive-by shooting). His “final wishes… smoke my ashes” line from the song “Black Jesus” contains the posthumous supplication. It’s questionable whether he was serious, but one of his bandmates, The Outlawz, said that “we took it seriously.” His pals mixed the late rapper’s ashes into a joint of marijuana and smoked it.
With over 150 million recordings sold globally and being one of the most successful musicians of all time, Sinatra was an American singer, actor, producer, and popular, influential musical artist of the 20th century. Strangely enough, Sinatra’s friends offered him a farewell fit for an Egyptian king by placing a bottle of whisky, a Zippo lighter, and ten dimes inside the coffin for his use in the hereafter. Who knows what intentions the great singer had for after death?
Jim was a famous American cartoonist, screenwriter, director, inventor, and producer. He became well-known for creating the Muppets. Big Bird danced at his burial ceremony in the renowned New York City church, which featured Muppet performances, singing, and dancing. Henson created a brochure with the words: “Please watch out for each other and love and forgive everyone.” Henson wanted no dark attire to be worn. Enjoy your life, it’s a wonderful one.
If we everyone made an effort to consider others, the world would be a lovely place