Bunny Wailer reggae legend Neville O’Riley Livingston dies as fans pay tribute

Neville O'Riley Livingston – best known as Bunny Wailer – has died aged 73, with fans rushing to pay tribute.

Performing alongside Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, he was a founding member of The Wailers.

He was the last surviving member of the pioneering group, following Marley's death from cancer in 1981, and Tosh's subsequent murder in 1987.

The legendary singer died on March 2 in the Medical Associates Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica.

His manager, Maxine Stowe, confirmed the sad news in a statement shared with Observer Online.

She said: "Yes. He died about 8:00 this morning. I'm still right here with him."

Livingston had reportedly been in and out of hospital since last summer, having suffered a stroke in July.

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