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For years reggae fans living in the United States have been denied the opportunity to see reggae great, Sizzla, performing live. The homosexual community has fought tooth and nail to deny the Rasta messenger entry into the United States.

Thanks to the most high, good has conquered evil and Sizzla has been granted an American visa. The artist will now be able to bring the Rasta message live and in person to Americans who could not afford to travel out of the country to see him in live performance.

More than a decade after Sizzla had sung lyrics that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LBGT) community considered homophobic, they continued their mission to destroy the artists as well as numerous other reggae artists. While the church and Christianity overall have been extremely anti-homosexual and unapologetic about it, the gay community has never boycotted the church but saw reggae as an easy pushover that they could take advantage of. Like Bob Marley said, however, “Jah would never give the power to a baldhead to run come crucify the dread”.

While it is not certain when and where Sizzla’s first show back in the United States will be, one thing is certain, it will be a sold out event.

What better way to celebrate this victory, than to chant some of Sizzla’s lyrics. Enjoy…

Tommy Lee Sparta has been taken to the Marigot Hospital with muscle spasms and blood clots to his legs, attorney representing the artiste, Tehani Behanzin, has said.

He stated this is because the artiste was forced to sleep on the concrete floor at the Marigot Police Station where he is being held after he was denied entry into Dominica and arrested on Sunday night.

“They escorted everybody in the hospital out and they locked down the hospital … windows were closed, doors were closed and they have him in there…” he said.

The attorney stated that Tommy Lee is complaining of pain to his legs, which is the result of an accident some time ago.

Behanzin said the artiste’s local representatives tried to negotiate getting him some cardboard to sleep on last night, without success.

For years reggae fans living in the United States have been denied the opportunity to see reggae great, Sizzla, performing live. The homosexual community has fought tooth and nail to deny the Rasta messenger entry into the United States.

Thanks to the most high, good has conquered evil and Sizzla has been granted an American visa. The artist will now be able to bring the Rasta message live and in person to Americans who could not afford to travel out of the country to see him in live performance.

More than a decade after Sizzla had sung lyrics that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LBGT) community considered homophobic, they continued their mission to destroy the artists as well as numerous other reggae artists. While the church and Christianity overall have been extremely anti-homosexual and unapologetic about it, the gay community has never boycotted the church but saw reggae as an easy pushover that they could take advantage of. Like Bob Marley said, however, “Jah would never give the power to a baldhead to run come crucify the dread”.

While it is not certain when and where Sizzla’s first show back in the United States will be, one thing is certain, it will be a sold out event.

What better way to celebrate this victory, than to chant some of Sizzla’s lyrics. Enjoy…

For years reggae fans living in the United States have been denied the opportunity to see reggae great, Sizzla, performing live. The homosexual community has fought tooth and nail to deny the Rasta messenger entry into the United States.

Thanks to the most high, good has conquered evil and Sizzla has been granted an American visa. The artist will now be able to bring the Rasta message live and in person to Americans who could not afford to travel out of the country to see him in live performance.

More than a decade after Sizzla had sung lyrics that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LBGT) community considered homophobic, they continued their mission to destroy the artists as well as numerous other reggae artists. While the church and Christianity overall have been extremely anti-homosexual and unapologetic about it, the gay community has never boycotted the church but saw reggae as an easy pushover that they could take advantage of. Like Bob Marley said, however, “Jah would never give the power to a baldhead to run come crucify the dread”.

While it is not certain when and where Sizzla’s first show back in the United States will be, one thing is certain, it will be a sold out event.

What better way to celebrate this victory, than to chant some of Sizzla’s lyrics. Enjoy…

Tommy Lee Sparta has been taken to the Marigot Hospital with muscle spasms and blood clots to his legs, attorney representing the artiste, Tehani Behanzin, has said.

He stated this is because the artiste was forced to sleep on the concrete floor at the Marigot Police Station where he is being held after he was denied entry into Dominica and arrested on Sunday night.

“They escorted everybody in the hospital out and they locked down the hospital … windows were closed, doors were closed and they have him in there…” he said.

The attorney stated that Tommy Lee is complaining of pain to his legs, which is the result of an accident some time ago.

Behanzin said the artiste’s local representatives tried to negotiate getting him some cardboard to sleep on last night, without success.






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jah doh like gays lyrics

For years reggae fans living in the United States have been denied the opportunity to see reggae great, Sizzla, performing live. The homosexual community has fought tooth and nail to deny the Rasta messenger entry into the United States.

Thanks to the most high, good has conquered evil and Sizzla has been granted an American visa. The artist will now be able to bring the Rasta message live and in person to Americans who could not afford to travel out of the country to see him in live performance.

More than a decade after Sizzla had sung lyrics that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LBGT) community considered homophobic, they continued their mission to destroy the artists as well as numerous other reggae artists. While the church and Christianity overall have been extremely anti-homosexual and unapologetic about it, the gay community has never boycotted the church but saw reggae as an easy pushover that they could take advantage of. Like Bob Marley said, however, “Jah would never give the power to a baldhead to run come crucify the dread”.

While it is not certain when and where Sizzla’s first show back in the United States will be, one thing is certain, it will be a sold out event.

What better way to celebrate this victory, than to chant some of Sizzla’s lyrics. Enjoy…

For years reggae fans living in the United States have been denied the opportunity to see reggae great, Sizzla, performing live. The homosexual community has fought tooth and nail to deny the Rasta messenger entry into the United States.

Thanks to the most high, good has conquered evil and Sizzla has been granted an American visa. The artist will now be able to bring the Rasta message live and in person to Americans who could not afford to travel out of the country to see him in live performance.

More than a decade after Sizzla had sung lyrics that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LBGT) community considered homophobic, they continued their mission to destroy the artists as well as numerous other reggae artists. While the church and Christianity overall have been extremely anti-homosexual and unapologetic about it, the gay community has never boycotted the church but saw reggae as an easy pushover that they could take advantage of. Like Bob Marley said, however, “Jah would never give the power to a baldhead to run come crucify the dread”.

While it is not certain when and where Sizzla’s first show back in the United States will be, one thing is certain, it will be a sold out event.

What better way to celebrate this victory, than to chant some of Sizzla’s lyrics. Enjoy…

Tommy Lee Sparta has been taken to the Marigot Hospital with muscle spasms and blood clots to his legs, attorney representing the artiste, Tehani Behanzin, has said.

He stated this is because the artiste was forced to sleep on the concrete floor at the Marigot Police Station where he is being held after he was denied entry into Dominica and arrested on Sunday night.

“They escorted everybody in the hospital out and they locked down the hospital … windows were closed, doors were closed and they have him in there…” he said.

The attorney stated that Tommy Lee is complaining of pain to his legs, which is the result of an accident some time ago.

Behanzin said the artiste’s local representatives tried to negotiate getting him some cardboard to sleep on last night, without success.






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