HOLLYWOOD HILLS—The star of musician Bob Marley on the Hollywood Boardwalk of Fame was found cracked, crumbles and craters on Monday, October 23. The concrete historical landmark was assessed as being attacked with a sledgehammer, by an unknown asssailant.

Marley, the creator behind famous songs such as “One Love,” “Get Up, Stand Up,” and “Stir It Up,” was known for his contributions to Reggae and Ska. The Jamaican born musician formed the band “Bob Marley And The Wailers.” He was popular throughout the world from 1950-1980. He died from cancer in 1981, and was touted one of the greatest singers and songwriters of all time, by Rolling Stone Magazine.

It will cost $3,000 to fix Bob Marley’s star, which will transpire on Wednesday, October 25. He was honored the star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2001.

The last time a celebrity’s star was damaged was in October 20016, when President Donald Trump had his star damaged on the Hollywood Boardwalk of Fame. Repeated damage to Trump’s star has led to a short and stout wall being built around the Hollywood landmark.