Gospel fraternity mourns Sis Scully
The morning after the passing of Jamaican gospel artiste Sis Scully, social media is flooding with tributes from others in the gospel music arena.
"A wonderful woman of God, Sister Scully. You contributed greatly to the kingdom of God, lived your entire life ministering the gospel, knowing this gives me comfort in your passing...my condolences to your friends and family, you will always be remembered as a legend. #RIPJamaicangospellegend," wrote Daddy Oh singer, DJ Nicholas.
Other members of the gospel fraternity have taken to Facebook to share thoughts of their own:
Jermaine Edwards-"My condolences to Sis Scully's family and loved ones! I pray that God will comfort your hearts and give you GREAT PEACE! Surely she will be missed! Lets keep the family in our prayers."
Judith Gayle -"Rest in peace Sis Scully, really a loving person. You never get tired of hearing her. You will be missed."
Joan Flemming -"GONE TOO SOON..
MY BEST FRIEND.. If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, I would walk right up to heaven and bring you back again.
I LOVE YOU SISTER SCULLY AND WILL SURELY MISS YOU ON STAGE.. REST IN PEACE.."
Nadine Blair- "RIP Sis Scully...You ran the race...Kept the faith...Condolences to the family!!"
Kimola Brown- Lowe- "Sleep on, see you soon."
Sis Scully was well known for her cover of Southern gospel song, Hurry Up.