International reggae artiste Sean Paul has confirmed the death of his father.

The entertainer, whose real name  is Sean Paul Francis Henriques, made the disclosure on Thursday via a social media post stating:

“With deep regret I announce the passing of my father, Garth Henriques, today, May 24, 2018.

On behalf of our family, I wish to thank everyone who has offered their kind words and sincere condolences in this time of bereavement. I wish to extend my appreciation to the doctors, nurses and medical team at the University of the West Indies and many fans, friends and family who donated blood and offered good wishes.

We ask for you continued respect of our privacy during this difficult time”.

Last month, Sean Paul made a plea to the public to donate blood in a bid to save his father’s life.

In a social media video , the Grammy-winning entertainer revealed that his father has been hospitalised for some time but did not disclose the nature of the illness.

Sean Paul (left) and his dad via Youtube

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International reggae artiste Sean Paul has confirmed the death of his father. The entertainer, whose real name  is Sean Paul Francis Henriques, made the disclosure on Thursday via a social media post stating: 'With deep regret I announce the passing of my father, Garth Henriques, today, May 24, 2018. On behalf of our...

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