Reggae News, Recent news has surfaced stating that reggae legend Bunny Wailer has been hospitalized again as a result of a stroke he got back in October of 2018.
According to his manager Maxine Stowe he will be released as soon as he has regained some stability.
Stowe said that the Legend who was one of the founding fathers of the Wailers band had to be rushed to Cuba to get treatment thereafter he was sent back to Jamaica to be rehabilitated.
Some would say the effects were bound to come on to him once again as he has been desperately trying to find his Wife Jean Watt who has gone missing from May 23rd.
The loss has certainly taken a toll on the reggae legend as he has done countless searches with authorities that have ended in futility.
Bunny Wailer was given a lifetime achievement award for his contributions to reggae music in February and continued to help fellow Jamaicans in their musical pursuits as he recently created the Wailers trio group containing 3 young artists.
Bunny Wailer who is also referred to as “Jah B” and properly known as Neville Livingston had his right side of his body affected by the stroke and is currently looking to recover very soon and get back to the important demands of his life such as finding his wife and doing his music.
He is currently 73 years of age.