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BUNNY WAILER GETS EVICTED

Posted: August 16, 2010
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Veteran entertainer Bunny Wailer is lashing out after bailiff’s removed furniture from his school in Kingston this morning.

In an exclusive interview with Elise Kelly on the Easy Skanking show, the only living Wailer explained that he has been having disagreements with the landlord.

Bunny Wailer also accused the landlord of only wanting to collect rent while failing to maintain the premises he leased on Mona Road.

Reports are that, an initial notice was given in June for two weeks for Bunny Wailer to clear the place. But according to Wailer, no notice was given and the eviction came as a shock.

The premises at Mona Road was leased by Bunny Wailer, and was being used to house a school and a centre, at which a summer School was to have begun for a number of students.

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