News Of David Bowie’s Death Prompts World To Take Action
By Nigel McRobotface
NEW YORK—Following the news that the late pop-rocker David Bowie had died at age 81, millions across the globe were reportedly taking immediate action to protect his legacy, with thousands of nations issuing statements on Twitter and Facebook urging citizens to take immediate action to protect their cultural heritage. “This is a terrible tragedy for all those who came before, and for those who will follow,” said Canada’s prime minister, Stephen Harper, who issued a statement urging Canadians to “do what’s right” by taking immediate action to ensure that Bowie’s legacy lives on in their nation. “I believe that, if we do not act now, we may be looking back on [Bowie’s] contribution to our culture in ways that are not nearly as positive as we hoped.” Harper went on to say that, should the British government fail to act, the American people should also be taking immediate action to ensure that Bowie’s legacy lives on in their country.