Recently, Gully Bop’s sister, Ann Marie Chamberlain announced that the deejay will be put to rest on January 14, 2024.
With just a few weeks before his much-anticipated burial, the latest update is that the Grave Digging for the veteran dancehaller will take place on Saturday, December 30 in Lawrence Tavern, St. Andrew at his family’s plot.
Hours ago, the following message was shared on Bop’s Instagram page, “𝐆𝐑𝐀𝐕𝐄 𝐃𝐈𝐆𝐆𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐆𝐔𝐋𝐋𝐘 𝐁𝐎𝐏 will commence on Saturday 30 December 2023 at King Weston (King’s Western), Lawrence Tavern, at his family plot.”
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In the comments section of the latest update, fans of the deejay expressed their opinions on the matter. One person stated, “So long dem tek fe Burry him..wtf wrong with you people,” while another said, “Sip bop bop im going to miss you.”
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Notably, Gully Bop whose given name is Robert Lee Malcolm and formerly known as Country Man emerged in the entertainment industry as a deejay in 2014 with his hit song ‘Every Gal Want A Wuk Offa Mi‘. According to many, the artiste lived a playboy lifestyle for some time before he eventually tied the knot with Nicholson-Malcolm.
Back in November, Gully Bop’s estranged wife, Deborrah Nicholson-Malcolm expressed that she would not be attending his funeral service because of ongoing issues with some of his family members.
While Nicholson-Malcolm expressed her love for the deceased deejay, she also explained that she and his family did not see eye to eye.
“I am pretty sure I am not coming to the funeral after the back and forth with some of his family. I have been talking to them, but they are not answering me. I love Robert to death, but I am not going through that,” she said during an interview with the Jamaica Star.
Gully Bop passed away in October after suffering from multiple health issues for some time.