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Sizzla's show moved from San Francisco to Venue Oakland after gay rights group launches protest

Sizzla's show moved from San Francisco to Venue Oakland after gay rights group launches protest Featured

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Boy, the gays are mad at Sizzla!!! Kalonji's first United States tour in eight years has attracted protests from a vocal gay rights group forcing promoters of his September 23 show at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco (SF) to switch the show to nearby Venue Oakland.

 

The group, Queer Humboldt, launched a campaign detailing Sizzla’s previous anti-LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) statements.

Their outcry immediately put pressure on promoters at 1015 Folsom in Humboldt County, and Petaluma’s Mystic Theatre, another venue in the region Sizzla was scheduled to perform.

 

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