The Sultan of Brunei’s Playboy son dies suddenly

The Sultan of Brunei’s Playboy son dies suddenly
The Sultan of Brunei’s Playboy son dies suddenly

The Playboy son of the Sultan of Brunei, who celebrated with the stars, has died at the age of only 38 after a “long battle against the disease”.

Prince Azim, the sixth child of the Sultan and fourth on the throne, died on Saturday around 10 a.m. in Bandar Seri Begawan. The sun Reports.

His exact cause of death has not been confirmed, but local media reports that he has been fighting disease for some time.

Seven days of national mourning were proclaimed during which celebrations were banned.

He was buried on the same day, according to Islamic tradition, at a grand ceremony attended by his family.

Azim, a Hollywood producer, was known for his playboy lifestyle and was often rubbed over the shoulders with celebrities.

He participated in and hosted lavish parties – alongside stars like Pamela Anderson, Michael and Janet Jackson.

Other celebrity friends were Joan Collins, Mischa Barton, and Scarlett Johansson.

Janet paid tribute to Azim and posted on Instagram: “Azim, I love you too and inshahAllah no more pain.

“In the name of the Most High, the Most Merciful, He will take care of you now. Ameen. ”

The prince worked on films like You are not you with Hilary Swank and Dark places mit Charlize Theron.

Like his father Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, he was known for his fantastic wealth – with an estimated net worth of around $ 5 billion.

And he used this wealth to entertain his famous friends, saying he was aware of his happiness and wanted to share it.

Celebrity guests at his parties are said to have brought party bags worth up to $ 36,500 per head.

One of them included a voucher for a safari vacation in Kenya, a new cell phone, satellite navigation system, original oil painting and a full dental makeover with a private dentist.

Azim reportedly tried to win Mariah Carey’s affection by sending her an $ 8 million necklace via private jet before taking the stage at Madison Square Garden.

And he is said to have booked 20 rows of seats for his friends when Usher performed in London in 2001.

He sent the American R&B star a pair of diamond-studded Nike sneakers to a singer.

In his life he went through various projects including designing unisex bags for the fashion label MCM.

All proceeds from the bag sale went to the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s charity for critically ill children in the UK.

And he even wrote a novel called Scandalous, but it was never published.

Azim was also a musician, but went no further than playing around with friends in a studio – and confessed: “I don’t have the face of being a singer”.

Azim spent much of his life in the sultan’s lavish home in Kensington Palace Gardens – but grew up in his father’s 1,700-room palace in Brunei.

His father had originally planned a career for him in the military and sent him to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst for nine months of officer training.

The party-loving prince is said to have dropped out after just a week.

Disney characters were originally flown in for his birthdays, but it is alleged that as he got older, private entertainment for him and his guests included Elton John and Rod Stewart.

In addition to his artistic work, he was also known as an advocate for the LGBT community, despite the fact that his father had enacted laws that allowed gay people to be stoned to death.

Azim, who studied at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, also advocated for people with autism and worked for a number of charities.

In 2008 Azim said, “I am grateful that I have what I have and I am happy to share it.

“My mother made it clear to us that material things are not everything.

“If I had nothing tomorrow, I could live my life and still be happy and enjoy it because I don’t need all this gold.

“I just need e-mail and Twinkie rolls.”

Glee star Kevin McHale said, “Prince Azim has always been so generous and welcoming – a real light. It’s so sad. ”

Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton said, “Azim, your humor, your generosity and your grace are what I will remember most.

“Thank you for the kind words you left me about my children. I know how important your family was to you. ”

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Azim is “known for his kind and generous spirit and commitment to charitable, educational and youth causes”.

This story was originally published in The Sun and reproduced with permission

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