Bowie asked for ashes to be scattered in Bali


NEW YORK: Rock legend David Bowie asked for his ashes to be spread in Bali in a will submitted following his shocking death, a report said Friday (Saturday in Manila). The New York Post, citing Bowie’s will which it said was filed in a Manhattan court, said that the British rock star wanted his ashes scattered in Bali in line with Buddhist rituals. The Indonesian island, which is predominantly Hindu, is renowned for its unique musical and artistic culture and as a retreat for spirituality seekers. The newspaper added that Bowie left around half of an estimated $100 million fortune to his widow, the Somali-born supermodel Iman, along with their home in New York’s Soho district. His two children, filmmaker Duncan Jones and his teenage daughter, Lexi, are splitting most of the rest.



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