princeLos Angeles: Late singer Prince’s business empire has reportedly been left in chaos.

The singer, who was found dead at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, had a habit of firing his advisors, especially if he didn’t agree with what they had to say, reports

The “Let’s go crazy” singer, who died at the age of 57, also “lacked high-powered attorneys” who had the experience to successfully handle business dealings and a musical catalogue like his.

Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson has been handling his affairs since his death, but even senior officials at Warner Bros Music are currently unsure of where the rights to his songs will go.

Though it has been reported the “Diamonds and pearls” hitmaker left a fortune of $300 million, according to insiders, it is probably closer to half that figure.