Talk:Patricia Paay

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Suggesting deletion of majority of this article[edit]

The vast majority of this article covers several different threads of information that contain no sources at all, let alone proper references to the information cited. For example, the information about her youth, family lineage, marriage, career details, etc., contain no references and there is no easy way for the reader to determine if the details are legitimate.

Furthermore, some of the information is pertaining to other people, such as Adam Curry and their daughter Christina Curry. Information about these other people, beyond their mere identities and relationship to the subject, does not belong on this page and should be moved elsewhere, if valid.

In summary, this is a biographical article and is supposed to be held to high standards. It has been marked as lacking proper references since February, 2010. Nearly five years later, this has still not been done! Also, I can see where many edits of this page have occurred since that time, but the edited data is still mostly lacking of citations. If proper references are not added within the near future, I will take it upon myself to remove the potentially invalid information (whole sections, if appropriate) which is in violation of the guidelines.

I welcome comments about this. FCGreg (talk) 10:10, 5 February 2015 (UTC)

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  • No comments or activity have been received since my suggestion. I am removing the clearly unsourced information, especially any that is potentially contentious or relates to other living persons. FCGreg (talk) 04:57, 17 February 2015 (UTC)

Honey Bee[edit]

The Dutch version of this page implies that there is/was some controversion over whether or not Paay actually is Honey Bee. It doesn't make it clear what the details are, but states the singles credited as Honey Bee are actually by Ans de Bie. I found this link: http://www.discogs.com/artist/2043051-Ans-De-Bie Perhaps some fraud by Paay; perhaps just misreading by an overzealous fan. Honey Bee/Honey Pie. An easy mistake. Paay/Pie and Bie/Bee would certainly make punny sense to me 87.208.70.193 (talk) 19:52, 24 September 2015 (UTC)