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The 'Paper Planes' hitmaker believes that the 2013 Grammy Awards has stolen the stage concept of her January show for the awards' tribute session to Bob Marley.
The actress who passed away last year had her biggest earning from the auction of her personal belongings.
East Africa's worst drought in decades has prompted these celebrities to ask for a donation through Twitter and other social media.
A decision came down on September 10, revealing that UMG Recordings is the rightful owner of the late singer's hits like 'Exodus'.
Makeda Jahnesta Marley has pleaded guilty to the manufacture of a controlled substance and will be sentenced in October.
The tapes as well as the reggae legend's personal belongings kept in Studio One were destroyed by fire possibly caused by an electrical fault.
Although speculations suggesting that Bob Marley's controversial tome might upset his family, the late singer's son Ky-Mani Marley shows his support, saying 'The book was not an attack on my family'.