Just months after landing his biggest hit to date, My Dream, veteran reggae singer Nesbeth is experiencing a real life nightmare after receiving news that his wife, Ann-Marie Elliott died in the United States Wednesday night.
Elliott, the artist’s wife of nearly three years, died of complications from an unconfirmed illness, though some reports say she had a prolonged battle with cancer.
An official statement released by Nesbeth’s management team confirmed the news on Thursday.
“The family of the singer would like to thank everyone for their heartfelt love and continued support in this time of grief while requesting that their privacy be respected as they bereave a great loss.”
Nesbeth is said to be devastated over the news, posting a black, caption less picture on his Instagram on Thursday after getting confirmation of the news.
Nesbeth is also known for songs such as Guns Out This Morning and Taste Victory.