How Many Types of Lice Was in Bob Marley's Hair?


Bob Marley was born Nesta Robert Marley on February 1945, in Nine Mile, Saint Ann, Jamaica. he was a singer-songwriter and musician. He was best known for ska and reggae music. He was also a political activist. There has long been a rumor that when he died on May 11, 1981 from a malignant melanoma under the nail of one his toenails, that they found many types of lice in his dreadlocks, which was the style in which he wore his hair. This legend is not true. Most people that wear their hair this way keep it as clean as anyone else. There are no records of any lice being found in his hair.
Q&A Related to "How Many Types of Lice Was in Bob Marley's Hair..."
It is rumored that Bob Marley died with 8 different species of lice...
There are urban legends that say he had 15-17 species of lice. None of these have been substantiated.
That is a complete myth. They found 0 bugs in Bob Marley's hair because he had no hair when he died. He died of cancer and had been receiving chemo treatments. He lost his huge head
none at all because he died of cancer and had lost his hair after chemo therapy.
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