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SIZZLA SUPPORTS QUEEN IFRICA Featured

Archive Written by  AKA Wednesday, 28 August 2013 21:26 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Reggae superstar Sizzla may just do a song in support of Queen Ifrica who is the eye of a media firestorm over controversial statements she made recently criticizing the homosexual lifestyle. He told a Gleaner reporter minutes after his performance during the Makalon Anniversary shown in Lucea, Hanover last week, that he may just do a song. He also lambasted the gay community suggesting that they should desist from targeting Queen Ifrica. "Right now dem fi just go one side and leave di girl alone," Sizzla Kalonji said. "The women (of Jamaica) must speak out against it. They should get their kids and go in the streets and protest against it, because we doing Jah works, and buggerism, we nah strengthen it."
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