The artist formerly known as a symbol is now formerly a living person. Sadly, legendary musician Prince has been reported dead today at the age of 57 at his home studio in Minnesota. He didn’t even crash his Little Red Corvette, but according to TMZ passed away from “flu complications.”
The Internet is about to lose all Pussy Control.
If you are a music legend you might want to visit your doctor or at least hire a bodyguard. 2016 has already seen the death of huge music acts like David Bowie, Lemmy from Motorhead, and that guy from The Eagles. This begs the question: Is TMZ killing celebrities? A quick Google search reveals that the website knew two days ago that the purple was going to stop raining:
If Prince was found dead today, how did TMZ know two days ago?
This evidence is enough to make anyone who seeks the TRUTH, cream their pants.
A source speaking on condition of anonymity, told Break.com, "I am convinced that TMZ is actively involved in the death of celebrities. One celebrity death equals billions of page views which means millions of dollars. A hitman is less than $10,000. Do the math, sheeple."
Do the research, Google "Prince dead at 57" yourself:
It makes sense. Celebrity death is big business, but not if the celebrities aren’t dying. If only one or two well-known actors or musicians a year score that big gig in the sky, it is not very profitable for TMZ. However if more people like Prince drop dead they will be partying like it’s 1999, well into at least 2017. Don’t believe me? WWE legend CHYNA died on Wednesday from a reported “overdose.” This comes on the heels of another big loss from Everybody Loves Raymond star Doris Roberts.
Three victims of TMZ, together at last?
The news of Prince’s death actually crashed the TMZ website. Is it possible that TMZ founder Harvey Levin is behind the assassination plot of dozens of Hollywood celebrities? Are the “Star Whackers” that Randy Quaid warned us about a real threat? What else could explain the death of so many beloved Hollywood icons this year.
This brings us to our Break Poll! Do you think that TMZ is Killing Celebrities?
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