Bristol DJ Superfly cause of death
Bristol DJ was a Jamaican Disk Jockey who died on March 15, 2022. Bernard, who moved to the UK from Jamaica when he was eight years of age, was known for his consolation of arising ability.
Superfly is notable for turning into the principal Black telecaster on BBC Radio Bristol. Through his profession, he worked with specialists like Marvin Gaye and Mary J. Blige.
Bernard was the principal Black telecaster on BBC Radio Bristol in 1978, and he invested energy showing Maths and English to youngsters at The Inkworks in the city's St Pauls area.
Bristol DJ Superfly Cause of death
His cause of death at the time of this writing was not public. Autopsy and toxicology reports are being conducted hence the info will soon be available.
Bernard is made due by his four youngsters and seven grandchildren.
Pat Hard, who worked with Bernard at Kute FM, depicted him as “a connector of individuals, and exploring DJ and moderator and a coach to such countless impending and laid out craftsmen”.
Hard added: “Our sympathies and gifts go out to the entirety of Mike's family and friends and family right now.”