The super-star of American pop was treated for an overdose opiate six days before his death.
The American singer Prince, musical genius, dandy and showman, died Thursday at the age of 57 after scoring generations of fans with hits like “Purple Rain,” “Girls & amp; Boys “and” Kiss “.
The visionary artist and multi-instrumentalist was treated for opiate overdose six days before his death, according to the US site TMZ information on celebrities, who was the first to announce his death.
This media, which boasts deliver only reliable and verified information, revealed that private aircraft Prince had made an emergency landing Friday Moline, Illinois, in the northern United States, hours after a concert in Atlanta.
“multiple sources tell us that in Moline Prince was rushed to the hospital and the doctors have made it a save shot (injection neutralization, Ed), which is typically administered to counteract the effects of an opiate, “says the site.
“Our sources indicate that doctors had advised Prince to remain hospitalized 24 hours, that his entourage had requested a private room but were told that this was not possible,” says TMZ.
“Kid of Minneapolis” stayed only three hours in hospital before flying back to his home in Minneapolis, where the next day he gave a party. Yet in the days that followed, he “was not feeling well.”
The police are now investigating the unknown circumstances of the death of the singer, found unconscious in an elevator in her studios Paisley Park recording. His death was officially pronounced at 10 h 17.
The police have “no reason to believe” that Prince committed suicide, said yesterday the Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson. She has not found a “sign of trauma.” “There is no indication at this stage” of a drug overdose, said Martha Weaver, spokesman for the medical examiner’s office.
“Today the world has lost a creative icon” , welcomed US President Barack Obama.
Madonna praised a “true visionary” who “changed the world”, Mick Jagger, an artist at the “infinite” talent.
spontaneous celebrations in his memory rushed into the streets of New York as in front of director Spike Lee
U2 singer Bono’s paid him a tribute. “I have not met Mozart, I’ve never met Duke Ellington or Charlie Parker, I’ve never met Elvis. But I have met Prince. “