Prince Azim, son of Brunei’s Sultan, passed away at 38

Prince Azim, son of Brunei's Sultan, passed away at 38
Prince Azim is no more, Source: Web

State media reported that the son of Brunei’s Sultan has passed away at 38, who had gone through a long treatment for a severe illness.

On Saturday, Prince Azim (the 6th child of Brunei’s Sultan) has died around 10:00 am in the capital of Bandar Seri Begawan. While following the Islamic ritual, Azim’s funeral was conducted on the same day before 7 days of national grief were declared, and during this, all celebs are prohibited.

 Thus far, no exact reason for Prince Azim’s death has been found, but some of the media reporters described that he had been dealing with cancer severely.

The boy was also known as the member of the international jet set, and his pictures were founded in which he was rubbing shoulders of known celebrities in lavish gatherings in the United States and Europe.

Prince Azim’s net worth was around 5 billion dollars

MEEW (Media, Entertainment and Arts Worldwide) described that billionaire Prince Azim’s net worth was around five billion dollars at the death time.

Prince Azim, son of Brunei's Sultan, died at the age of 38
Prince Azim pictured with many celebrities,
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Pamela Anderson, Joan Collins, and Michael Jackson were all pictured with Prince Azim over the years. Also, there were other celebrities, including Scarlett Johansson and Mischa Barton. Besides this, he also came into friendship with Jade Goody (late reality TV star), who praised Azim as a brilliant mate, after he saw her on Celebrity Big Brother.

In 2007, both were pictured while partying together. At that time, Jade described that he wanted to meet her, they met and got on like a house on fire.

Azim Prince gifted Jade Goody a ring as a token of friendship, and she said that the ring was priced three million pounds, but after experts said that the ring was priced at around 30,000 pounds.

He even conducted parties which were attended by a number of transgender and gay rights attorneys, including Skier Gus Kenworthy, Mariah Carey, and Caitlyn Jenner.

He publicly supported the LGBT community, which became a reason for a rumor that Azim was also gay, although he never publicly mentioned his gender.