Magic is only 49, he doesn't look that unbelievably great for a celebrity. Yes, he looks well, but if you know what to look for, it's quite clear he has taken some antiretroviral meds.
The HIV meds these days are not as damaging to the looks(lipoatrophy/lipodystrophy) as they used to be. Many people live long productive lives these days.
What makes you think he hasn't had any complications, you think EVERYTHING makes it to the tabloids? He probably hasn't has any major HIV-related or AIDS defining illnesses, but that doesn't mean it has been a walk in the park for him.
As a wealthy man, he is also able to afford the best health care money can buy and as an HIV activist, he knows what he must do to keep himself healthy. I doubt he is out drinking and drugging excessively like so many others.
If he does or has suffered any facial wasting or lipodystrophy, there are FDA approved facial fillers these days. Hardly anyone with a certain amount of income has to walk around with the "look of AIDS", these days.
I know many long-term(15+ years) HIV survivors and they have had their ups and downs, but look healthy.
Also many black people are what's known as late presenters, they don't find out their HIV status early on. Many find out when their immune systems have already been severely compromised, so, of course, they suffer from more complications.
This is the importance of testing, which is what Magic has always pushed for. It is very important to find out so medication can be started when needed and lifestyle changes can be made.
A good HIV specialist will also be aware of medical trials etc. So, it is possible that he was on some of the better meds long before they were widely available to the public.
Crack, meth, weed, other drugs and excessive drinking, are often associated with a high viral load, the inability to remember to take meds, heart disease, liver failure and other complications. I doubt Magic is hitting the pipe, guzzling bottles of Patron weekly, smoking endless blunts and forgetting to take his meds.
To the person in the medical field, I'm surprised you don't know all this already. Some training might be needed.
It is very important that we, especially as Black people educate ourselves. Less time on MTO and more time doing a bit of lifesaving research online might help.
The information is all out there, if you take the time to be informed. AIDSMEDS.COM, thebody.com and a few others have a wealth of information. Check them out, you might learn something and be able to help yourself, a friend, loved one or others in the community.
Knowledge is POWER!