Bunny Diamond Cause of Death Second Mighty Diamonds Member Passes Away At 71

Fitzroy ‘Bunny Diamond’ Simpson, the lead vocalist of the Mighty Diamonds, died this morning at an unidentified hospital. The information comes 4 days after Donald ‘Tabby Diamond’ Shaw was killed. Everyone seems to be shocked, to say the least. Just a few days in the past, the dying of the chief of the group surfaced on the web. Reportedly, Donald Tabby was killed on Monday night time, March 28. Minister of Tradition, Gender, Leisure and Sport, Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange issued a press release and introduced the surprising piece of stories. Now, netizens are looking for Bunny Diamond’s reason for dying.

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Olivia Grange stated that it’s devastating to lose Fitzroy Simpson, one other member of the Mighty Diamonds, in the identical week because the chief of the group. Grange additional prolonged his deepest sympathy to Ronece, to his different daughters, Rosemarie and Gillian, and Dillion, Allan, and Omar, his sons, and the remaining Diamond, Lloyd ‘Judge’ Ferguson. Grange provided condolences and sympathy to his associates and associates within the music fraternity.

Simpson skilled a small stroke whereas driving in Kingston on October 26, 2015, in line with his spouse Sylvia. Speaking about his reason for dying, Fitzroy has been battling diabetes for a number of years. Donald ‘Tabby Diamond’ Shaw was one among two males killed earlier this week in a drive-by capturing on McKinley Crescent in Kingston. He was the lead vocalist for the Mighty Diamonds, with Fitzroy ‘Bunny’ Simpson and ‘Lloyd’ Choose Ferguson on concord vocals.

Choose, who’s now the one surviving member of the group, revealed that he couldn’t sleep all night time after studying about his passing. Ferguson addressed Tabby as one of many nice soul singers. He recalled the times after they have been collectively and toured the world and stated that Tabby shall be dearly missed by everybody. Talking concerning the group “Mighty Diamonds”, it was closely influenced by Rastafari. The band got here collectively in 1969 and stayed collectively until 2012.

The band is most recognized for songs like I Want a Roof, Proper Time, and Cross the Kouchie from their debut album Proper Time. Of their lengthy profession, Tabby, Bunny, and Choose have recorded nearly forty albums. Their smooth harmonies and coordinated stage spectacle have been influenced by Nineteen Sixties Motown vocal teams like The Temptations and The Impressions, in addition to Jamaican rock regular artists like Ken Boothe and John Holt. Evidently, the group has acquired each native and worldwide honors. Our workforce pays honest tribute to the legendary singer.

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