Singer, songwriter, producer and performer, Prince, passed away this afternoon. His body was discovered at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota. Medical officials have yet to release their version of events, however, the peculiar set of events preceding one of the most famous artists of all-time point to a vaccine injury.
While the singer was pronounced dead today, the circumstances surrounding his death began on April 15th, when his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing to treat "a medical emergency" while flying over Illinois. The next day, Prince was able to perform at a concert, noting to those fans in attendance that he was better. However, his people later noted that Prince was battling a flu. At 3:30 PM PST on the 15th, celebrity gossip media giant, TMZ, reported the singer's potential battle with influenza.
3:30 PM PST — A rep for Prince tells TMZ, the singer has been fighting the flu for several weeks. He canceled 2 shows on April 7th but wanted to make Thursday night's performance in Atlanta, even though he was still not feeling well.
After the show, he got on a plane and felt considerably worse, so his plane made an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois, where he was taken to the hospital and treated. He was released 3 hours later, got back on the plane and is now back home.
The medical emergency which caused the plane to land remains unclear, but suspicion is now high that Prince was potentially given a flu shot injection or heavy doses of Tamiflu. Prince suffers from epilepsy, and the flu shot can be deadly for those suffering from that illness.
Status Epilepticus: Different Types, Different Risks
Status epilepticus (SE) is a medical emergency and is defined as seizure activity lasting for more than 30 minutes. This activity may be either continuous or a series of seizures without recovery between them. Many patients with epilepsy are understandably concerned about the potential consequences of experiencing an episode of SE. (source).