Cops Pulled Plug on the Bob Marley Birthday Celebration

Jamaica News, February 9, 2018Bob Marley Birthday Celebration

St Andrew, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Bob Marley Birthday Celebration: the annual 73rd Birthday celebration of the late Reggae great Bob Marley, held at the Bob Marley Museum in St Andrew on Tuesday, February 6, was reportedly terminated by police officers while other music artists were still performing.

The former home of the King of Reggae, now the Bob Marley Museum located 56 Hope Road in the parish of St Andrew, is the annual ground where the Bob Marley Birthday celebration is held.

This year saw the customary turn out of Several Reggae and Dancehall entertainers, and persons from all genres of life who did not get to enjoy a full party; as the event was reportedly cut short by police at 12 am sharp.

Some persons took to social media to protest the actions of the police.

On Tuesday the up and coming promising Reggae singer France Nooks was stabbed to death by an alleged taxi driver as he was on his way to the Bob Marley Birthday Celebration.

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