Duncan Jones Dismisses Claims David Bowie's Ashes Were Scattered At Burning Man
12 September 2016, 14:42 | Updated: 12 September 2016, 15:21
Duncan Jones took to Twitter to confirm the story was false.
Duncan Jones has taken to twitter to dispel the reports that David Bowie's ashes were scattered at this year's Burning Man festival.
Tweeting earlier today (12 September) Jones said "That Burning Man thing? What people will do & say for attention never ceases to amaze me. Not true. Kind of a gross claim as well."
Read the tweets below.
That Burning Man thing? What people will do & say for attention never ceases to amaze me. Not true. Kind of a gross claim as well. *sigh*— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) 12 September 2016
...We all know if dad DID want his ashes scattered in front of strangers, it would be at the Skegness Butlins. ;) pic.twitter.com/0Oh1g9tGke— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) 12 September 2016
It was previously reported that David Bowie, who died this January, had his ashes scattered at Burning Man festival.
According to E!, one of Bowie's godchildren took a portion of the late singer's ashes to the festival, which took place last week in the Nevada desert. The report said that Bowie's wife Iman gave the singer's godchild permission to take a portion of his ashes to the festival.
David Bowie released his final album, Blackstar, a few days before he died earlier this year.