Iconic Reggae superstar Bunny Wailer is dead at the age of 73.The legendary Reggae stalwart died earlier today at the Andrew\u2019s Memorial Hospital in Kingston. News of his passing was confirmed by Minister of Culture, Gender and Sport, Olivia \u2018Babsy\u2019 Grange.In a statement, Grange mourned the death of the Reggae icon, while speaking on his many contributions. \u201cWe mourn the passing of this outstanding singer, songwriter and percussionist and celebrate his life and many accomplishments.\u201dAccording to reports, Wailer had been battling illness for some time now. Last week it was revealed that he was still undergoing rehabilitation sessions after suffering a second stroke in July 2020.Bunny Wailer, was one of the founding members of The Wailers with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. He is best known for songs such as, \u201cBald Head Jesus, \u201cCrucial,\u201d and \u201cCool Runnings.\u201d In 2017, the singer was awarded the Order of Merit, the fourth highest honor in Jamaica. Two years later, he was again recognized by the Jamaican government for his contribution to popular music, with the Reggae Gold Award.