Bunny Wailer In Stable Condition After Another Stroke
Written by adminVibe on September 13, 2020
A few weeks now after being hospitalized, the legendary Bunny ‘Jah B’ Wailer is responding favourably to therapy in a private rehabilitation facility, according to his manager Maxine Stowe.
After a major stroke, the iconic singer was admitted to a hospital in Kingston on 20 July. Several weeks later he was released, and is undergoing treatment. In two years it was his second stroke.
Bunny Wailer has been for treatment in Cuba since the 2018 stroke, and has continued his recovery in Jamaica.
Hailing from Trench Town, Neville Livingston is the name given to Bunny Wailer. He is a founding member of The Wailers that included Peter Tosh and Bob Marley.
He was last seen on stage in February as he was receiving a Jamaica Reggae Industry Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
Bunny Wailer and his family are still looking for his missing wife, Jean Watt, in relating reports. The family currently offers one million Jamaican dollars for her return, or any credible information that contributes to Sister Jean’s safe return.
Persons with information can call or send a Whatsapp to 876 850 4403.
Ms. Jean Watt was last seen walking along the streets of Kingston, Jamaica, in May.