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Prince Dead


Viral reports of the singer known as Prince had died at the age of 57. Determination: Real

Prince Dead

The news reports are real. Both TMZ and AP have reported that the singer's body was discovered in his Minnesota home earlier on the morning of April 21.

TMZ reported, "The singer -- full name Prince Rogers Nelson -- had a medical emergency on April 15th that forced his private jet to make an emergency landing in Illinois." After being treated for flu symptoms he was released and appeared the next day at a concert, reassuring his fans that he was okay.

The TMZ article also said the artist had health concerns and had to cancel a couple of shows.

Autopsy results could take weeks, according an Apr 27, 2016 article by CNN, which said, "Authorities investigating the death of music legend Prince found prescription opioid medication on him and in his Minnesota home." The powerful pain killer may have been used to treat pain after a surgery to treat the artist's hip. 

Fox News alleged that "Prince may have used multiple aliases to stock up on pain pills to feed his opioid addiction,"
 according to a May 1, 2016 article. The news network cited a TMZ report that said "the artist traveled six miles from his Paisley Park home to pick up prescription meds in Minnetonka passing eight other pharmacies along the way."

The crew will post more findings here as they develop.

Posted 04/21/16    Updated 05/03/16

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