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Late singer Prince’s empire left in chaos?

Post his death, it has come to light that Prince’s business empire too was reportedly in chaos.

music Updated: Apr 26, 2016 19:51 IST
Prince ‘lacked high-powered attorneys’ who had the experience to successfully handle business dealings and a musical catalogue like his.
Prince ‘lacked high-powered attorneys’ who had the experience to successfully handle business dealings and a musical catalogue like his.(REUTERS)

The sudden death of singer Prince has not only left fans and admirers shocked, his business empire too has reportedly been left in chaos. The singer, who was found dead at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, had a habit of firing his advisors, especially if he didn’t agree with what they had to say, reports tmz.com.

The Let’s go crazy singer, who died at the age of 57, also ‘lacked high-powered attorneys’ who had the experience to successfully handle business dealings and a musical catalogue like his.

Read: King of many talents | Singer, instrumentalist, actor Prince dies at 57

Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson has been handling his affairs since his death, but even senior officials at Warner Bros Music are currently unsure of where the rights to his songs will go.

Read: Prince’s death | Police launch murder probe, his home to become museum

Though it has been reported the Diamonds and pearls hitmaker left a fortune of $300 million, according to insiders, it is probably closer to half that figure.