Popstar Prince had been released and sent back home three-hours after he was hospitalised with the flu following an emergency plane landing on April 14.
According to a representative of the 57-year-old singer, he has been suffering from flu for several weeks and cancelled two shows on April 7, but he then wanted to make to the April 14 night’s performance in Atlanta, reports TMZ.com.
The representative added that after the show, when he got on a plane, he felt considerably low. So his plane had to make an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois where he was rushed to hospital.
The ‘Controvesy’ singer, born Prince Rogers Nelson in 1958, is one of the most successful recording artists in music history, with a career spanning three decades.
Prince shot to stardom and worldwide fame after the release of ‘Purple Rain’ in 1984, which sold more than 13 million copies and spent 24 weeks at No 1 on the US charts.