Sizzla Kalonji is thanking his fans who have been supporting his current ‘876 Tour’ as he continues to suffer from past issues with gay rights activists in the United States.
“One love to all my beautiful fans that continue to support the #876Tour here in the USA,” the ‘Thank You Mama’ singer wrote last week online.
The reggae artiste is currently on tour in the U.S. and has managed to sell out shows in New York and California but he is currently facing a minor setback given that one of his performances scheduled for September 23rd at the 1015 Folsom in San Francisco has fallen through after a LGBTQ activists staged a protest forcing promoters to relocate to another venue in Oakland.
Queer Humboldt’s Todd Larsen said the community has worked to educate people on ‘murder music’ and have had lots of success therefore, they will continue to educate where they can so that venue owners can understand and will not accommodate entertainers like Sizzla, who seek to bring violence upon gays and lesbians via their music.
Sizzla hasn’t performed in the U.S for almost a decade due to his past visa issues but the U.S embassy in Kingston Jamaica reinstated the artiste’s work permit this summer allowing him to go on tour in the United States.