Jamaica News, Montego Bay: The duo of “Cat Paw and Junior History” was a household name in the 80’s to the early 2000 season where entertainment was concerned. Cat Paw has migrated to better things in the United States with his restaurant business. But for the past three years, “Junior History”, whose given name is Rexford Randall, is having it hard to cover his medical bills that keep escalating on him.
The man who many people referred to as the “King of old-style deejaying” has had some serious health problems for the past few years. He is now appealing to the wider public to help him financially.“My condition has gotten worse since my daughter Madusa died three years ago, I really need help now, so I am asking the public to help me in whatever way they can,” pleaded History.
When our news team visited “Junior History”, his feet were bandaged and he had a health certificate to show that he is HIV negative.
“History” admits that he does have an ulcer, however, he is adamant that some painkiller that was prescribed to him may cause the deteriorating health problem that he is now facing. “I have no HIV as being rumored around Montego Bay. I Have no Aids, no lime, no salt, but only ulcer and bad vein.”
“History” is also appealing to members of the entertainment industry to assist him with his medical expense. “I am appealing to Beenie Man, Bounty Killa, Lt Stitchie, Papa San, Lady Saw and minister Babsy Grange and Christopher Tufton to come to my rescue.”
Those who want to help “Junior History” may call him at 1-876-475-0047.
BY: ALAN LEWIN