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Prince died from AIDS and had refused treatment


What a bombsell! Prince had allegedly been anticipating his imminent death because he had been diagnosed with AIDS and left the condition untreated. In his last days before his Apr. 21 death at age 57, he couldn’t keep food down, his body temperature was dangerously low, and he was incredibly weak and frail according to a stunning new claim.

Prince had been “preparing to die for a little while” according to a shocking new report in the National Enquirer. They interviewed a music industry source who messaged friends on April 19 to reveal Prince had full-blown AIDS and that, “He was in bad shape.” The tabloid claims that Prince was diagnosed with HIV back in the 1990s, but that it developed into AIDS toward the end of 2015. The devout Jehovah’s Witness believed the power of prayer would end up healing him instead of medication.

“Doctors told Prince his blood count was unusually low and that his body temperature had dropped dangerously below the normal 98.6 degrees to 94 degrees,” said the source. “He was totally iron-deficient, very weak and often disoriented. He rarely ate and when he did, it all came right back up.” They also claim Prince weighed a mere 80 pounds at the time of his death. While the singer was only 5’2.” that’s a weight that shows he was battling some kind of serious illness.

As for the rumors that he was addicted to percocet, the tab claims that was actually a fairly new development as he had only started to ovesuse the opiate to dull the pain he was suffering in his last months of life.

The Enquirer goes on to say that, “Prince’s loved ones are showing interest in hiding the true cause of his death” According to the insider, “Prince’s family is already banging on coroner’s door and demanding officials heavily redact any public autopsy report to spare family, friends and fans any information about his lifestyle that’s sure to come.”  Yikes! In the meantime, it will take weeks for the results of his toxicology screen to come back before a cause of death can officially be determined.

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