On May 18, Fox will air the season two finale of their  hit series “Empire” and the cliffhanger left fans wondering if actor Jussie Smollett’s character, Jamal Lyon, would be a gonner. A short time after the episode aired, Smollett posted a tweet that sounded like he was leaving the show for good.  But fans can breath easily because according to Entertainment Weekly  Smollett is still under contract so perhaps he’ll take a hiatus to focus on music and film roles. According to the Associated Press and a warrant that was revealed on Tuesday, a Minnesota physician saw  Prince on two  occasions the month before his death and prescribed him medication. Investigators returned to Prince’s Paisley Park home to determine whether Prince died from an overdose and if a doctor prescribed him drugs weeks before his death. They learned that Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg treated Prince on April 7 and again on April 20, and prescribed the singer medications. Investigators interviewed Schulenberg and searched the clinic where he once worked. According to Lesa Bader, spokeswoman for North Memorial Medical Center, Schulenberg no longer works for the health care system. She declined to say why. She did say that Schulenberg was a primary care physician at the clinic. Schulenberg is the second doctor named in the investigation surrounding Prince’s death. The Associated Press reports that last week, a lawyer for California addiction specialist Dr. Howard Kornfeld told the press that Prince’s representatives contacted Kornfeld seeking emergency assistance the day before the singer was found dead. Early reports of the investigation following soon after the pop music icon’s passing stated that he was spotted at a neighborhood Walgreen’s a day before he was found dead at  his home picking up a prescription and looking “nervous and gaunt”. The singer had reportedly been taking medication for pain stemming from hip surgery in 2010. Less than 24 hours before his mixtape “Chance 3” is released, Chance The Rapper also releases a new track titled “No Problem”, featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz. The song debuted at No. 1 on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show today. The track features a gospel-esque choir and an infectious hook from Chance. Weezy and 2 Chainz also get busy on the mike for what has turned out to be an epic collaboration.  Fans will surely enjoy the music.