Prince’ of Pop, Rogers Nelson Found Dead in a Suspicious Manner

80s Superstar singer and song writer Prince aka Prince Rogers Nelson was found dead in a suspicious manner at his Paisley Park estate,Minneapolis.After a thorough autopsy, initial reports suggest that the singer may have died because of a drug overdose, although not confirmed, homicide is not ruled out.

The report also suggest the Prince might have been administered the same drug that killed Michael Jackson, minutes before his death.The official autopsy report is yet to be released by the American government officials, but has already been leaked to the press,internet and mainstream media.

The person who called 911 to inform the Police about Prince’s death is yet to be identified and there has been a notable amount of trauma on Prince’s body,which was not there as per the eye witness who had seen him a few hours earlier, alive.

The Purple Rain singer was at his peak in the mid 80s, when he had 16 multi platinum albums,13 platinum albums and 5 no.1 Billboard Hot 100 U.S singles, including “When Doves Cry” 1984, “Kiss” 1986, “Let’s Go Crazy” 1984, “Cream” 1991 and “Batdance” 1989.

The Purple Rain movie soundtrack released in 1984 is Prince’s signature song which received an Oscar for The Best Original Movie score and spent 24 weeks at the top of Billboard charts.

It is estimated that this 57 year old singer is worth more than $300 million by the Forbes magazine and he charged a minimum of a million dollars for every single concert of his, including his very last one in Atlanta’s Fox Theater on April 14th 2016.

Not long ago his longtime girl friend Vanity Denise Matthews died of Liver related disease early February 2016 at the same age of 57, as Prince was when he died.

Tributes have been pouring in for the late singer from all corners of the globe, including U.S President Barrack Obama,Stevie Wonder,Katy Perry,Madonna and many other celebrities.

Prince Death: 911 Call Transcript

Dispatcher: 911, where is your emergency?

Unidentified male: Hi there, um, what’s the address, here? Yea we need an ambulance right now.

D: OK.

UM: We have someone who is unconscious.

D: OK, what’s the address?

UM: Um, we’re at Prince’s house.

D: OK, does anybody know the address? Is there any mail around that you could look at?

UM: Yea, yea, OK, hold on.

D: OK, your cellphone’s not going to tell me where you’re at, so I need you to find me an address.

UM: Yea, we have um, yea, we have um, so, yea, um, the person is dead here.

D: OK, get me the address please.

UM: OK, OK, I’m working on it.

D: Concentrate on that.

UM: And the people are just distraught.

D: I understand they are distraught, but ….

UM: I’m working on it, I’m working on it.

D: OK, do we know how the person died?

UM: I don’t know, I don’t know.

D: OK.

UM: Um, so we’re, we’re in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and we are at the home of Prince.

D: You’re in Minneapolis?

UM: Yea, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

D: You’re sure you are in Minneapolis?

UM: That’s correct.

D: OK, have you found an address yet?

UM: Yea, um, I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry I need, I need the address here?

Unidentified female: 7801.

UM: 7801.

D: 7801 what?

UM: Paisley Park, we are at Paisley Park.

D: You’re at Paisley Park, OK, that’s in Chanhassen. Are you with the person who’s …

UM: Yes, it’s Prince.

D: OK.

UM: The person.

D: OK, stay on the line with me.


[Phone rings…]

Ridgeview ambulance dispatcher: Ambulance, Shirley.

D: Carver with the transfer for Paisley Park Studios, 78.

RAD: Paisley Park Studios, OK.

D: 7801 Audubon Road.


D: We have a person down, not breathing.

RAD: Down, not breathing.

D: Yup.

UM: He’s, he’s…

D: We’re going to get everybody, go ahead with the transmittal, Sir.

[Carver County Dispatcher no.2 comes on line.]

RAD: Yea, Kayley, this is Shirley at Ridgeview. You can cancel anybody going to Aubudon, confirmed DOA.

Dispatcher 2: OK, thank you.

RAD: All right, thanks, bye.