U.S. police announced the details of the death of Roger Nelson
U.S. policeannounced the details of the death of RogerNelson better known as Prince. The body of the musician one of the most prominent 80s and 90s, the winner of "Grammy" and "Oscar", was discovered in his estate in Minnesota.
The death of the Prince occurred under mysterious circumstances. Lifeless body found in the Elevator of his luxury estates worth $10 million in Minnesota. Medics tried to resuscitate the musician but to start the heart and failed. Officially, the cause of death was not announced. Police are investigating all the circumstances of this case.
On Friday a private jet RogerNelson emergency landing in Illinois. 57-year-old singer was taken to hospital, allegedly with flu symptoms. A few hours later discharged. Then saw him in the pharmacy. Eyewitnesses say that the Prince looked nervous and haggard. However the Manager of the theatre Fox to Atlanta, where due to illness canceled the last concert of the singer, nothing unusual in his behavior are not noticed.
"We thought it was the flu or a cold. He was full of energy and enthusiasm. His last performance was of the highest class. So it didn't look suspicious."
However, more and more sources claim that the musician was given an injection which is used in the case of a drug overdose. On Saturday, the singer appeared on the dance party in a private estate, where he asked fans "not to pray for him in vain."
Legend 80s, for millions of fans he was a real Prince. By name and by status RogerNelson Prince singer and romantic, composer, author of more than 100 songs he wrote for other stars. The Creator of the rhythm-and-Blues with a modern sound. Winner Of 7 Grammy Awards. Landmark albums - "Purple rain" and "1999". Major hit singles with "When doves cry" and "let's go crazy". His song "Kiss" sings the heroine of Julia Roberts in "Pretty woman". Among the fans of the Prince - Barack and Michelle Obama. They expressed their condolences on the social network Facebook. The stars of show business pay tribute to the musician.