Prince Recovering, Released From Illinois Hospital


Prince has been released from the Illinois hospital, where he was rushed to on Friday morning. His plane made an emergency landing. in Moline, Illinois. Sources say he had been suffering from the flu and was feeling worse in the flight at around 1 am so it had to land down at Quad City International Airport.

While the star stayed in the hospital for three hours,another source added that the 57 year-old singer is suffering from dehydration. He is finally back in his home. The singer who has been touring for Piano & a Microphone had even previously cancelled his concert in April 7 because of the flu.

Prince performed at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on Thrusday night. He had singers Judith Hill and Janelle Monáe in the audience. People reports. The singer also took o to Twitter to support his overwheled fans on Friday morning.”I am still floating on a cloud of purple intoxication after last night’s Piano & A Microphone show in Atlanta,” the singer wrote.

TMZ which first reported the incident states that the singer is on OK.

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The For You singer was recently spotted in a Basketball game. His unexpected appearance in the Golden State Warriors clash with Oklahoma City Thunder surprised the fans.He was wearing a turtleneck collar, Mirror reports. He was present along with the model Damaris Lewis

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Prince has sold over 100 million records worldwide and has been included in theRock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.The Rolling Stone Magazine has marked him at 27 position on the list of 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

The singer is publishing his autobiography autobiography titled The Beautiful Ones with publishers Spiegel & Grau in 2017. “We’re starting right at the beginning from my first memory, and hopefully we can move all the way to the Super Bowl. We just started, we’re going as quick as we can, working tirelessly,” Rolling Stones reports.

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