Wonder dismisses house-fire reports

Wonder dismisses house-fire reports

Soul legend Stevie Wonder has dismissed reports his Los Angeles home has been reduced to ashes by the outbreak of wildfires in California.

The 'Superstition' hitmaker was reportedly devastated after losing his Porter Ranch home to the flames, with one source telling the 'New York Post's PageSix: "Everything was destroyed - all of Stevie's memorabilia, photos, musical instruments, history, clothing, furniture, everything. It's all gone"

But Wonder's publicist, LaTanya Marble, insists the story isn't true, saying: "Mr Wonder was not personally affected by the Los Angeles Forest fires and sends his prayers to families that have been.

"We are currently on tour in Australia and no dates have be cancelled due to the 'fire'."

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