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Is it disrespectful to holographically project deceased entertainers?

Holographic projections of deceased artists isn't anything new, and it still upsets fans. Following Tupac and Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse is another iconic musician to get a hologram, expected to tour next year. Some find the practice disrespectful to the legacy of musicians who passed. They say stop trying to make money off of the deceased. But holograms can honor the legacy of deceased artists, bringing them back to life for fans to enjoy. What do you think?

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The recent Amy Winehouse news has music lovers debating. Some argue that it's disrespectful to try to make money off of deceased musicians by using their likeness in holograms.

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Other argue it's a way for the legacy of the past greats to live on!

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Is it disrespectful to holographically project deceased entertainers?
#StopHolograms
A festive crown for the winner
#HologramLegends