Reggae Singer Chuck Fenda Gets Emotional Discussing Being Abandoned By Mother

The entertainer recently explained that he feels his mom was hesitant to get close because of the circumstances under which she got pregnant. You can check out the complete interview below before tuning into the singer’s most recent track. “Throughout my conversations with my mother, she tell me what happen. The onetime hardcore dancehall act turned reggae singer joined the show virtually to discuss his brand new song “Eternal Fire.” The conversation transitioned deep into his past as he spoke on the newfound relationship with his mom. He is now planning to stage a physical meet-up with his mom, who now lives in California after they reconnected 3 years ago. She was really young, and when she went to look for my grandmother at the hospital one day she meet an elderly guy, and had sex the one night and never see him back,” he further explained. She shared the details of how it all went down in a lengthy email, the artiste explained. To the entertainer, even the faintest bit of contact would have been enough. Chuck Fenda is opening up about his relationship with his mother. There is no loss of love for the woman who gave him life, he told Simone. “I’m talking to her, she called the other day to say she wants us to meet up …but the pandemic came along and I didn’t get to fly to California to see her… I’d really love to see her and hug her …” The “I swear,” singer said before breaking down in tears at the thought of his lifelong pursuit finally being achieved. “Even as a big man like me..when Mother’s Day come across, me neva understand it,” 48-year-old reggae entertainer Chuck Fenda recently expressed while speaking to Simone Clarke-Cooper on Television Jamaica’s morning time show, Smile Jamaica. Twitter
Facebook As documented by The Star, the two had connected via WhatsApp in 2017 with the help of relatives. “She could at least call and say boy you aright or XYZ but a lot of mothers go through this and a lot of children go through this as well,” he said. The singer explained to the host that he was made to live with his grandparents in Spanish Town at just 6 weeks old, and he had not seen his mother since then. Chuck Fenda has previously expressed his love for his mom and mothers of his 11 kids on his tribute track “Mama.”

“I still love her same way…So deep down in my heart I have to forgive her,” he said. Naturally, Chuck Fenda, whose real name is Leshorn Whitehead, was unable to recall any memory of his mom, even though she visited the island on two other occasions since then.