Prince Is Dead
Posted On Apr 21, 2016
UPDATE – April 22, 2016
According to Daily Mail, Prince was treated for an overdose only six days before he was pronounced dead on April 21st at 10:10 am
While sources have been claiming that Prince had a bad case of the Flu, other sources say that Prince was administered a “save shot” when he was in the hospital a few days ago. This shot is usually given to drug overdose victims.
Sources also say that Prince was advised to stay overnight in the hospital, but refused to stay because he could not get a private room.
He was then seen at Walgreens on Wednesday night looking “frail and nervous.” Employees said it was his fourth visit there for the week.
This all led to Prince being found unresponsive on Thursday morning in his elevator at his Paisley Park estate.
The cause of death has still not been confirmed, but reports say that an autopsy will be done soon.
Original Story: April 21, 2016
We regret to announce that legendary musician Prince died earlier today at his estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
According to sources, paramedics were called to his Paisley Park estate at approximately 9.43 am where his body was found.
The cause of death has not been confirmed, but the 57-year-old legendary pop icon, whose full name is Prince Rogers Nelson, had a medical emergency six days ago while aboard his private plane. The singer’s jet had to make an emergency landing in Illinois, where He was rushed to the hospital with flu symptoms.
Prince was treated for three hours and was said to be on the road to recovery. Unfortunately, the symptoms took a turn for the worse, and it was confirmed that he passed away early Thursday.
According to CNN, “Prince has won seven Grammy Awards, and has earned 30 nominations. Five of his singles have topped the charts and 14 other songs hit the Top 10. He won an Oscar for the original song score to the classic film “Purple Rain.””
The superstar musician combined rock, R&B, soul and hip-hop to create a unique sound that led to him selling more than 100 million records during his 40-year career. We at New You are deeply saddened by the passing of this music icon. The world has truly lost a phenomenal music legend today.
More details to follow.
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