The plane made a hasty landing in Moline, and Prince was treated in an ambulance on the tarmac with a shot of Narcan, a drug used to treat opioid overdoses.
Hill describes the incident, including a subsequent overnight hospital stay, as unprecedented in her experience with Prince — supporting the idea that even Prince’s closest friends and colleagues were unaware of anything out of the ordinary until his painkiller use became a source of serious danger to his life.
Judith and Prince had reportedly been dating since 2014, and communicated through an email account set up in Prince’s former managers, Julia Ramadan; name.
Just hearing his voice again makes me smile," Donatella Versace says , Hill opened up about the experience."His eyes fixed," she said of the singer as they made their way from two performances in Atlanta, which turned out to be Prince's final two performances, back to Prince's Paisley Park in Minneapolis.Hill said she was only one of two passengers besides Prince.“Never said anything, that this is hurting, never a sign of struggle,” Hill told the Times, saying that all she knows about Prince’s painkiller use is what she’s read in media reports.“That’s why it’s all very shocking.” In the days immediately following the airborne scare, Hill says that Prince began making steps to address his health issues.Judith Glory Hill (born May 6, 1984) is an American singer and songwriter born in Los Angeles, California.She has provided backing vocals for such artists as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Josh Groban.Judith Hill (born Judith “Glory” Hill in Los Angeles on January 1, 1984) is an African-American singer of Japanese descent.In an interview with the New York Times, singer-songwriter Judith Hill has opened up about her “very intense” relationship with Prince."We didn't have anything on the plane to help him." The plane made an emergency landing in Moline, IL, where they were met by an ambulance.Prince was given a shot of Narcan while on the tarmac, a treatment often used for opioid overdoses.