Bo Diddley's Family Challenging His Will
He's been dead for over two years, and now family members are challenging his will. Saying he was illiterate and didn't know what he was signing. Ellis McDaniel, better known as Bo Diddley, passed away in June 2008, leaving behind a plethora of music and memorabilia worth millions.
His will was written and read to him by his chosen executor and close friend but the family is saying the Rock N' Roll legend they knew, wouldn't have agreed to the terms in his will. Family members of Bo Diddley say they weren't involved in his business when he was alive, but now that he's passed and they have been named the heirs to his estate, it's more their business than anyone else's. The only problem is, the will says otherwise.
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