Singer Joseph ‘Jo Mersa’ Marley, Bob Marley’s Grandson, Dead at 31

Joseph 'Jo Mersa'

Joseph ‘Jo Mersa’ Marley, the grandson of the late reggae symbol Weave Marley, has died at 31 years old.

Mersa was purportedly tracked down lethargic in a vehicle recently, on Dec. 27, with unverified reports proposing that he experienced an asthma assault, as the reason for death has either not been formally affirmed or disclosed right now, however, a rep for the performer has affirmed his passing to Drifter.

Mersa has been performing expertly starting around 2010 when he delivered the single “My Young lady” with his cousin, Daniel Bambaata Marley. His presentation EP, Agreeable, continued in 2014, however, the vocalist, normally, experienced childhood in a universe of music.

He was brought into the world in Jamaica and moved to Miami at age 11, frequently performing with his dad, Grammy-champ Stephen Marley, uncle, Ziggy Marley, and aunties Cedella and Sharon while growing up.

Jamaican lawmaker Imprint J. Golding grieved the young fellow’s demise on Twitter, expressing. “I’ve recently learned of the unfortunate loss of Joseph “Jo Mersa” Marley. A skilled youthful reggae artiste, child of Stephen Marley and grandson of Bounce Marley at just 31 yrs old. The passing of a kid is a staggering blow no parent ought to confront. My sympathies to Stephen and the whole family.”

Mersa is made due by his better half, Qiara, and youthful little girl, Daylight, notwithstanding his dad and other relatives.

His unbelievable granddad was just 36 years of age when he passed on from melanoma in 1981.

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