Sensi Love is the daughter of the musician and the founding member of the band named The Wailers, Bunny Wailer.
Bunny Wailer's real name is Neville O'Riley Livingston OM OJ and also known as Jah B.
Sensi Love, like her father, is a singer and composer.
About Father Bunny Wailer
Bunny Wailer was one of the famous musicians from Kingston, Jamaica. Along with his childhood friend Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, he founded a band named 'The Wailer.'
The band got fame cause of their reggae classic like 'Simmer' and 'Bring it up'.
Bob and Bunny were raised as stepbrother. Bob's mother, Cedella, was in a live-in relationship with Bunny's father, Thaddeus. They have a sister named Pearl.
Bunny had to spend a year in jail for possessing marijuana.
His prison and Bob's shifting to the USA created interruption in the band. During these, they released many singles.
However, the band stuck together and released albums named 'Catch a fire, their international hit.
He left the band in 1974 and started his solo carrier. He won the Grammy Award in the 1990s three times for the best reggae albums.
He kept the legacy of both his band members, Marley and Petre, and the band. His contribution and legacy in reggae classics have been acknowledged worldwide, and for this, he was given Jamaica's Order of Merit in 2017.
Sensi's Parents and Siblings
Sensi is of Jamaican origin as his parents were. It is not sure whether Jean Watt is her mother or not.
Her father, Bunny had a big family, and not all his children were born from his spouse Jean. As per Bunny's children, she nurtured and loved all the children like her own.
According to Maxine Stowe, Bunny's manager, Bunny had thirteen children.
Sensi has eleven sisters and one brother, and Candi Liwi, Sara Liwi, and Abijah Asadenaki Livingston are stepchildren of Jean Watt.
More information is yet to be discovered about Sensi's siblings.
Abijah is a singer and songwriter. He followed his father's footsteps and worked closely with him.
Abijah was recently in the news for his statement on Bunny's manager Maxine Stowe.
According to him, she is just his father's manager and nothing more. He also stated that she was not supportive and a source of stress of his father.
Bunny Wailer's wedding with wife Sis Jean
He married to Jean Watt, aka Sis Jean, took place long ago. Jean was with him for over 50 years.
Their relationship dates back to when 'The Wailer' was founded by the trio Bunny, Marley, and Peter at Kingston.
Watt was very supportive wife. Bunny had acknowledged Watt in some of his recordings of the 1970s.
She credited in the writing of 'Hallelujah Time' and 'Pass It On,' which was added to The Wailers album 'Burnin' in 1973 '.
Jean was missing in May 23, 2020. She has dementia. Soon after her mysterious missing, her relatives had posted on Facebook about her being found and in well health.
But there is no strong evidence of her whereabouts and search activities conducted by her children and family.
Her missing is said to be one reason for Bunny's stroke in July 2020 and admitted in hospital. After eight months of that stroke, he died.
She was still missing when Bunny took his last breath on March 2, 2021, in Medical Associates Hospital, Kingston, Jamaica.
Information about Sensi's marriage and husband is not known. However, his father's marriage was not ideal.
According to a video on Adijah's YouTube, Bunny and Jean could not have children based on professional diagnosis, which was heartbreaking to both of them.
Bunny, however, loved Jean till the end of his life.
Her net worth is still to be disclosed. However, like her father, she is also in reggae music and does stage shows.
Her father net worth is estimated to be 1.5 million dollars at the time of his death.
|Net worth||$1.5 million|
|Income Source||Singer, songwriter, and percussionist.|
Age, Height, and Weight
- Sensi's age is yet to be known. Her height and weight are also missing.
- Her father died at the age of 73.
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