Sizzla triumphs over the homosexual community.

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…

Sizzla – Dem a wonder (Song and lyrics)

“Dem A Wonder”

And there is no time and no place for you ism
Junk is what your thoughts
they manifest activities of your thinking
Anyway thank you for being a part of mi life

[CHORUS:]
Dem ah wonder how we do this
Them grow with hate and anger fi Jah prophet,
But as mi locks get longer, heathen heart it ah twist
Doh spread no propaganda cause yuh cyant stop this
Now dem ah ponder how the ghetto youth so slick
Them grow wit hate and anger fi the prophet
but as wi locks get longer heathen heart it ah knit
We no beg uno fi no sponsor so uno cyant stop this

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Jah say
No abomination so mi no business ah who
This ah fi every nation, this you have to do
No man no badder than Jah and ah wi ah run Jah crew
Uno come inna the thousand and two
They stand against you and hating me
them just can’t go through
them heart no clean nor free
I remind them so much of who they are supposed to be
I’m of royalty, them lost them Identity

[CHORUS:]
Now dem ah wonder how we do this
Them grow with hate and anger fi Jah prophet,
But as wi locks get longer, heathen heart it ah twist
Doh spread no propaganda cause yuh cyant stop this
Hmmm Oooo

They remain for their own
The fact remain is Jah wear the crown Ohh Ohh
Ooo Ooo, get off your bums and try step down
Why you ah go high this is the rastaman
This is the rastaman song
We are immune to critisim we know not grudge
we face the challenge and harness the power of love
Now I see you want us to be like the rug
that way we can be saturated with all the mud

[CHORUS:]
But now dem ah wonder how we do this
Them grow with hate and anger fi Jah prophets,
But as wi locks get longer, heathen heart it ah twist
Doh spread no propaganda cause yuh cyant stop…
Yo dem all ah ponder how the youth so slick
Them come wit all dem anger fi stop it
but as wi locks get longer heathen heart it ah twist
Nah beg uno fi no sponsor so uno cyant stop…

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It is the portion of life, most natural it is nature
and if you no right mi say you cyan’t stay,
Vouch yah, fi yuhself and trust the power
If you had know your roots you would be in tune with nature
What are we doing, its just true
life has taught we the very things we do
It was audained for me and you
you have lost your way now you don’t have a clue

[CHORUS:]
Now dem ah wonder how we do this
Them grow with hate and anger fi Jah prophets,
But as them locks get longer, heathen heart it ah twist
Doh spread no propaganda cause yuh cyant stall this
The whole ah dem ah ponder how the rastaman so slick
Them grow wit hate and anger fi stop it
but as them locks get longer heathen heart dem ah twist
Doh spread no propaganda cause yuh cyant stall…

Jah say
No abomination so mi no business ah who
This is for each and everyone, this you have to do
No man no badder than Jah and ah wi ah run Jah crew
Uno come inna the thousand and twos
They stand against you… hating me
Just can’t go through
because them little heart no free
I remind them so much of who they are supposed to be
I’m of royalty, them lost them Identity

Now de whole ah dem ah wonder how we do it
Them grow with hate and anger fi Jah prophets,
But as them locks get longer, heathen heart it ah twist

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8 Comments

  1. You should wash your mouth 100 times before mentioning Marley in the same article talking about this sucker, who is making up stories about prophets. Not only is he homophobic, but he also dares to distort images of prophets, stepping over what millions of people have fought and died for. Shame, shame, shame.

  2. Go suck ya suck… bout shame.. u fi shame fi ah support n defend the inhumane act of homosexuality… is like u fi get Bob did bun battyman as well.. bout tru reggae fan… yah tru batty man supporter that’s all u are!

  3. Soooo all a guy has to do is say hes a rasta, hate gays, and hes some prophet? fuck outta here with that bullshit. Attacks from the homosexual community? The church can do as it pleases in a church, once you enter a public space that’s set up for ALL people, hate speech and especially inciting violence on innocent people is never allowed. You start a war, gays will finish it. This dude will never be Bob. And news flash, just because you can grow dreads doesn’t make you righteous. I’m tired of these pompous god complex reggae artists, and their idiot supporters like whoever wrote this article. if you leave people alone, they wont fuck with you. You don’t see gays singing songs about killing rastas. Its clearly a one way war started by idiots too worried about what others are doing and not their own miserable hate filled, misinformed lives.

  4. “The homosexual community has fought tooth and nail to deny the Rasta messenger entry into the United States.” The problem with this statement is,that it is NOT ONLY the LGBTQ community that does not support hate, many Americans do not support hate against people based upon sexual orientation or anything else. If he was true, he would not be following the Religion of Babylon…the Bible. He is just a follower…has no overstanding that is not given to him by the White Man’s bible. Sure, the Bible may have been written in Africa originally, but the Bible he professes to was written by and for white men.Praise Taj Weekes the first International Reggae artist to speak up against Hate.

  5. LISTEN TO ME. Love always triumphs over hate. I am not gay, and I encourage every person to #BoycottSizzla and #StopMurderMusic . It doesn’t matter what you think of gay people, they don’t want to date you anyway, right? It matters what you think of artists who promote MURDER. Sizzla is banned in over 30 countries. He is boycotted in the USA until his “American tour” collapsed. He is not having any sort of “triumph” – love always triumphs over hate.

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