Did Prince Die Of Heroin Overdose? Singer Given ‘Save Shot’ Days Before Death

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We are now learning, Prince was treated for a drug overdose in the days leading up to his death.

Media outlets reported Prince’s jet was forced to make an emergency landing over what was called “a bad case of the flu,” but sources are now saying the Purple Rain singer was administered a “save shot” which is usually given to cancel out the effects of opiates, aka, heroin.

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Our sources further say doctors advised Prince to stay in the hospital for 24 hours. His people demanded a private room, and when they were told that wasn’t possible … Prince and co. decided to bail. The singer was released 3 hours after arriving and flew home. We’re told when Prince left he “was not doing well.” We know authorities in Minnesota are trying to get the hospital records from Moline to help determine cause of death. h/t tmz

This is a developing story. Check back for more details.

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  • Phil Asshomo

    Do you get nose bleeds way up there on your cross?
    Bwahaaha!
    Die.

  • JudeLawGuardian

    Wonder why the sleazoid “sources” are never mentioned by name in any of these scumbag tabloids? Also, why would they automatiacally assume a heroin OD? There are plenty of prescription opioids; it’s easy to get addicted to them if someone has had chronic pain, injuries, etc.–from what it sounds like, poor man was in pain from double hip surgeries and other health issues. Assuming something happened as a result of a careless lifestyle and partying, etc. is disgusting. Tons of average, non-celebrity people become addicted from prescription meds just on account of chronic issues. I wish tabloids would STFU and stop speculating crap before anything is determined. You’re all disgusting. R.I.P., Prince. Thanks for the memories–you’re one of a kind.