Jo Mersa Marley, Grandson of Bob Marley and Son of Stephen, Dead at 31 

By priyanka

How Jo Mersa Marley died? Jo, who was also a reggae musician and DJ – known professionally as Jo Mersa – was found unresponsive in a vehicle on Tuesday 27 December and reportedly died of an asthma attack. The singer behind the 2016 hit single 'Burn It Down' was born in Kingston on 12 March 1991, and spent much of his early life in Jamaica.

Who is the most famous Marley son? David Nesta "Ziggy" Marley (born 17 October 1968) is a Jamaican singer, songwriter, musician, actor and philanthropist. He is the son of reggae icon Bob Marley and Rita Marley. He led the family band Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers until 2002, with whom he released eight studio albums.

Is Marley the dog still alive? Marley the Dog was an actor, known for The Last Home Run (1996). He died on December 29, 2003 in Pennsylvania, USA.

What disease did Jacob Marley have? ( If we can assume the tightwad Marley may have indulged in the practice of smoking, especially cigars, it's possible he may have developed oral cancer, which could explain his jaw dropping after he removes the bandage

Did Bob Marley have a white mother? Many of Marley's most loyal fans and the vast majority of reggae enthusiasts are unaware that he was, indeed, born to a white father, Captain Norval Marely, and a black mother, Cedella Booker.

Who got all of Bob Marley's money? His estate, now named House of Marley, is managed by four of his children, Rohan Marley, the brand officer of the estate; Cedella; Stephen, and Ziggy, while the rest sit on a board and share the proceeds evenly. Bob Marley's lack of will is believed to be due to his personal belief

What were Bob Marley's last words before he died? Bob Marley passed away at the Cedars Of Lebanon Hospital in Miami on May 11, 1981. His final words to his son Ziggy were "Money can't buy life.

What was Bob Marley's last thing before he died? After landing in Miami, Florida, he was taken to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital (later University of Miami Hospital) for immediate medical attention, where he died on 11 May 1981, aged 36, due to the spread of melanoma to his lungs and brain. His final words to his son Ziggy were: "Money can't buy life."