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Dancehall Reggae Artiste Barrington Levy Hospitalized
Reggae icon Barrington Levy has been hospitalized after contracting Dengue Fever.
Reps for the reggae crooner confirmed on Monday.
“After running a dangerously high temperature he collapsed and was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with Dengue Fever,” his reps said.
Levy was scheduled to perform at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday but had to cancel his appearance.
“I apologise to all my fans who wanted to see me but i ain’t got no other choice than taking care of my health,” Barrington Levy said in a statement.
The “Broader Than Broadway” singer has upcoming performance on October 3 for Trinidad “Unplugged.” It’s not clear if her will be able to make that commitment.
“Platinum Camp Records is asking Barrington’s fans and family to remember him in their prayers. He is among the last of the great reggae icons from way back so we need to hold on and cherish him,” Levy’s manager Daddy Biggs of Platinum Camp Records said.
Dancehall artiste Barrington Levy has reportedly been hospitalised.
Popular reggae vocalist Maxi Priest posted the following message via Instagram earlier today:
“My bredren@barringtonlevy411 is not well at this moment and currently in the hospital. May the Hands of the Almighty heal and renew your strength. We are all here thinking of you and praying for your speedy recovery. Rastafari love and blessings King,”
Levy is renowned for songs such as Broader than Broadway, Too Experienced, and Living Dangerously.