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Reggae Star Sizzla ‘burns’ DJ Khaled’s platinum plaques, collaboration from ‘Grateful’ album

It appears Sizzla feels ‘insulted’ by DJ Khaled — Sizzla fans suggested over lack of contribution to Khaled's tenth studio album “Grateful”

Sizzla Kalonji Burns Platinum Plaques He Received From DJ Khaled Over Alleged “Insult”

Jamaican Musician Sizzla Kalonji destroyed two plaques presented to him in commemoration of American producer DJ Khaled's Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) platinum certification for the albums 'Grateful' and 'Father of Asahd', on which the Jamaican is featured.

The 15-track project featured Jamaican superstars Buju Banton, Sizzla Kalonji, and Mavado, who teamed up with rapper 070 Shake for ‘Holy Mountain’.

On Thursday morning (Dec. 8.) the reggae artist hopped on Instagram Live, Sizzla is seen wrecking and then torching the broken remnants of the plaques. "You insult me DJ Khaled, man. A weh yuh a do." Sizzla said.

As he tore a photo of DJ Khaled’s son, Asahd, from the plaque certifying double platinum sales of the rapper’s ‘Grateful’ album, and placed it carefully on a wall, he said: “Babies are innocent."

Folks in the background chanted, ‘Holy Emmanuel I, King Selassie I', while the 'Nah Apologize' deejay continued to pull the plaque apart.

his Instagram Live, he claims that Khaled insulted Jamaica and dancehall culture. However, he did say that he wanted the pictures of Asahd and Aalam Khaled, who he called his God kids.

'Grateful' is Khaled’s highest career first-week sales to date. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, with 149,000 album-equivalent units, of which 50,000 were pure album sales.


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