Reggae artiste Wayne Marshall Father Is Dead

Reggae artiste Wayne Marshall Father Is Dead - Wycliffe Mitchell, the father of international recording artiste Wanye Marshall, passed away in the University Hospital at the West Indies in St Andrew on Sunday, June 10, 2018.

The dancehall deejay confirmed his father’s death in a heartfelt post via his official Instagram page.

Reggae artiste Wayne Marshall Father Wycliffe Mitchell Is DeadReggae artiste Wayne Marshall Father Wycliffe Mitchell Is Dead

“Fly with the angels my boss. Daddy passed today after fighting hard in the hospital. Thanks for all the prayers, support and positive energy in this tough time. God has him now and it is well. Wycliffe Mitchell Jan 12, 1952 – June 10, 2018,” Marshall wrote.

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