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Prince Mysterious Death; Autopsy Update; Singer Net Worth $300 Million Expected to Grow [VIDEO]


The Purple Rain singer, Prince, was found dead in an elevator at Paisley Park studio, Chanhassen, Minnesota. It leaves the fans with rumors and curiosities after the cause of death is not yet revealed.

The 57-year-old icon star was said to 'live right' and 'super healthy'. Interviewed by Today, L.A. Reid, producer and friend of the late singer, was shocked with the death news especially when he knew that Prince lived a clean life, being a vegan. The musical genius who according to Reid, has always got him in awe, was a great person. He did not see anything wrong regarding Prince health wise and was not sure if the rumor about the pop star having epilepsy is true.

The legendary producer also recalled how Prince sold albums along with concert tickets that created double success on both, music record sales and stage performance.

CNN updates Prince's death news stating that the 4-hour autopsy conducted on last Friday will take days before it can reveal results. There is no sign of trauma on the singer's body and it is too quick to say that he died of suicide.

Aside from the world stunned by his sudden death, Prince legacy is expected to grow in term of value. Martin Neumann, an estate planner, confirmed the thought to Los Angeles Times, that there is $300-million estate left to an undecided heirs. As the singer has been coloring the industry for long enough to make the value more significant, his name could keep making money for years to come - profiting not only from his songs, but record studio and several never-before heard music.

Minnesota law has not yet published any estate recipient since Prince was a divorce with no child; and his parents are deceased, as well. He has one sister Tyka Nelson. Lawyer Laura Zwicker took example on Michael Jackson where his value exploded after he has gone, as reported by The Wrap.

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