This is a developing story.
Nothing Compares 2 U singer, Sinead O’Connor, has gone missing while on a bike ride in Chicago’s north suburbs. Police have warned the singer may be suicidal.
Wilmette police confirm O’Connor went biking in the early morning hours Sunday and failed to return. Police refused to release any further information.
Earlier this month, Arsenio Hall filed a $5 million defamation lawsuit against O’Connor for claiming that the comedian supplied drugs to Prince. Continue reading
Reports surfacing today gleaned from newly released records by the Carver County Sheriff’s Dept., indicate that late musician Prince, may have had an ongoing problem with cocaine.
According to the records, an urgent call was placed to police warning of that the singer could not “control his cocaine habit.” Prince was rumored to have not slept for at least 4 or 5 days before his death.
The caller said Prince had told her the year before in Germany that he “cannot control his habit.” Continue reading
Surfacing reports are claiming Prince died from complications of the AIDS virus.
The singer was diagnosed with AIDS six months before his death but refused medical treatment, believing he could be cured by the power of prayer, The National ENQUIRER is reporting.
The new issue of The National ENQUIRER — on newsstands now — has the shocking secret story behind the music legend’s sudden death! Continue reading
Tyka, Prince‘s sister, just filed documents in court in an effort to open a probate case because she says as far as she can tell the singer left no will.
Probate documents filed in Minnesota indicate Tyka asked the judge to appoint a “special administrator.” Under Minnesota law, a special administrator is someone who is appointed when there is no executor named in a will.
Tyka says in her docs, “I do not know of the existence of a will and have no reason to believe that the decedent executed testamentary documents in any form.” Continue reading
Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, aka, Wendy and Lisa, Prince‘s former band members, are speaking out for the first time about his sudden passing.
Wendy and Lisa, who parted with The Revolution back in 1986, were caught on video by reporters as they were boarding a plane at LAX while making their way to Minnesota.
Wendy (guitar) and Lisa (keyboards) — the most prominent members of The Revolution — were at LAX Sunday morning, on their way to Minnesota Continue reading
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.
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
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Iconic singer Prince has died. He was found dead on Thursday morning in his Paisley Park residence in Chanhassen, Minnesota. He was only 57 years old.
Last week the performer’s jet had to make an emergency landing and he was hospitalized with what was called a “bad flu.”
Here’s some fast facts about the singer: He was born Prince Rogers Nelson, and was best known for his flamboyant stage performances (as well as his short stature, standing 5 feet, 2 inches) and his many hit songs including “1999,” “When Doves Cry” and “Kiss.” Continue reading
Incredibly sad music news to report as singer Prince has died. He was 57.
Prince’s body was discovered lifeless in his home recording studio complex in Minneapolis.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Prince’s family and friends at this difficult time. Continue reading