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Bunny Wailer kicked out of Bob Marley Museum

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Reggae singer Bunny Wailer claimed that he was assaulted by a security guard and told to leave the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston, yesterday. Something to make you go hmmmmm

The last, living Wailer had gone to the museum with England-based attorney Simon Vumbaca, who has been retained by the Rastafari Millennium Council on a matter relating to the indigenous rights of Rastafarians.

Wailer, who along with Marley and Peter Tosh formed the group responsible for launching reggae on the world stage, told the Jamaica Observer he and Vumbaca drove into the property, parked their car and, after getting out, took photographs at the front where pictures of Marley, his widow Rita, as well as Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths who formed the I-Three, Marley's back-up singers, are displayed.

"There were tourists there also who took pictures with me because it was the first time they were going to see me in that setting," Wailer said. "All of this happened before this guy came up with his attitude."

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