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Jamaican singer Sizzla defends fellow anti-gay artist by saying ‘gays should burn’

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  1. He speaks gibberish and believes in that religious mumbo jumbo too.

    Can we get him locked up for insanity?

    1. I hope the British authorities have them on file should either of the vile, ignorant, backward Neanderthals ever wish to visit our shores.
      Scarey, isn’t it? Everywhere ‘the bible’ and its silly, childish stories about talking snakes and women being made from a man’s ribs still holds any credence, ‘believers’ victimise and marginalise their own people. They seem to skip over the bits in the old novel where their religion’s founder (Jesus) commands them to ‘love one another’. How selective – and ignorant.

      1. Your reply and words couldn’t have been more on point ! They select the parts of the Bible that are expedient for themselves.

  2. And may the rest of the world keep their ignorant magic-boggled festering buIIshit happily sequestered.

    If these drooling simpletons would read their rancid dogmatic bilge they would notice all those no judgement orders, and the whole loving your neighbour thing…but this kind of behaviour seems suggest nothing but poor education, or just being plain thick, so someone else reads it for them, edits it, and uses it to manipulate them.

    In short – more bloody morons turning the world into garbage because some money-hungry con artist sees them as an easy mark (and they are).

    Can we please move on from the easily controlled stupidity that lives at the heart of religion? While the dying beast does thrash the hardest, its demise can’t come soon enough.

  3. ‘Jamaica is a bible island’. I think that tells us all we need to know.

  4. Homosexuality is natural, being an bigoted a$$hole is a lifestyle choice

  5. Godric Godricson 28 Aug 2013, 12:37pm

    Ban them from entering the UK.

  6. His command of the English language just turned me straight.

  7. Robert (Kettering) 28 Aug 2013, 12:42pm

    Wasn’t that long ago that people had the same attitude about black people. What short memories some people have and even more disgraceful coming from a black man who should be more than aware about bigotry and prejudice and the hate it fuels. Just another vile homophobic bigot.

    1. Memory requires a brain. This idiot is just crawling out of the caves and has the IQ of a mushroom, if that. I would call him a dog, but I refuse to insult a dog.

  8. Not news – Dribbling half-wit babbles about his god fiction, but is too thick to either read the dogmatic drivel, or recognise he is being manipulated by the local money-hungry carnival barker con artist (otherwise known as vicar, priest, pastor etc).

    All that stuff about not judging people and loving your neighbour and not being a scumbag? Nah. Just focus hysterically on a few random passages uttered by primitive tribal sheepshaggers who didn’t know why the sun rose, or by the grand high chief con artist Paul.

    The rest of the non-magic boggled world yawns at the never ending tedium of the believers in nonsense.

    They say the dying beast thrashes the hardest, but how I wish we could hasten the demise of organised religion by holding its ignorant bloody head in the nearest bucket of water until the bubbles stop.

  9. You’d expect black people would know better having suffered discrimination. Sadly the white man gave them Bibles to corrupt their minds, and they ignore the bit about “the curse of sons of Ham” which applies to them

    1. the bit about “the curse of sons of Ham” which applies to them

      Well, that’s how it was interpreted by some people, not all – and obviously not by the post-slavery-era missionaries.

      It’s also as well to remember that someone like the distinguished musician Mr Sizzla, whose knowledge of history (I think it’s fair to say) is probably on the somewhat limited side, may well not ever have suffered discrimination himself.

  10. What bizarre gibberish – the only halfway comprehensible sentence begins “I, personally, as Sizzla and president of the Nyabinghi theocracy…, and that only serves to make him seem even more of a deluded, ignorant fool.

  11. I am so glad that this keen intellect has joined in the debate, it will add so much.

    Basically a bum with an attitude.

  12. ‘Jamaica is a bible island’. I wonder where does it stand on drugs …?

    1. That There Other David 28 Aug 2013, 2:10pm

      Or slavery.

      Oh….whoops….

    2. Christopher Coleman 28 Aug 2013, 4:04pm

      I don’t think drugs are specifically mentioned in De Byebill, but Moses must have been on something when he conversed with a burning bush.

  13. Ignorant bigot speaks out in support of ignorant bigot. What a shock! I doubt either of them feel the same about the preaching of the KKK.

  14. Jock S. Trap 28 Aug 2013, 2:07pm

    Ding Dong… next stop Loony Land City Centre.

    What a disgusting individual. Being hateful seem like hard work to me but for these nasty people it seems so easy.

    Respect is not something this idiot deserves until he can appreciate humanity in it’s entirety.

  15. That There Other David 28 Aug 2013, 2:09pm

    Bible Island eh? Do they have roller coasters?

  16. “president of the Nyabinghi theocracy, I don’t want no sponsor from no homosexual”

    And we don’t want to sponsor you either, so fupp off back to your theocracy

  17. Keep these uncivilized assholes and their hatred and stupidity in the hellhole that is Jamaica. Help gay people escape and find asylum abroad.

  18. Burn black people….

    … like i could get away with saying that anywhere.

  19. you prat* Miguel Orlando Collins whoops I mean Sizzla sounds like his from teh old dancehall era of homophobia – Sizzla what a dumb name and a dumb person you are.

    i hope you are barred from entering the UK we DON’T want hate filled morons like you here -like all hate filled dance hall artist hot them where it hurts in the pocket

  20. People in Jamaica like the fool in this story are the reason that no one that I know of (gay or straight) will vacation there.
    I will persuade every person I can to avoid spending one dime in that country until they learn what human rights mean.
    50 years ago their dark skin color made them the focus of unwarranted hate. So they pay it forward by oppressing the gay community. Shame on all who support them.

  21. As long as he is the fuel to start the fire.

  22. these “phobes” all secretly just wanna suck some dick and hate theirselves for it. the only way to fight them is stop buying/listening to their rubbish music.

  23. Queen ‘Ifrica’ (a name almost as absurd as her real one – ‘Ventrice’ – sounds like a condom vending machine) and ‘Sizzla’ not only demonstrate their own appallingly low level of education and ignorance, but also shame the whole island of Jamaica in the eyes of the world. Will any Jamaican politician have the backbone to denounce their hideous outpourings of hate as Un-Jamaican?

    It is quite pathetic and frankly laughable how such stupid individuals in the Caribbean and Africa on the one hand proclaim their proud enslavement to the white man’s god (Christianity was imposed upon their ancestors by Europeans through oppression and fear) whilst at the same time proclaim homosexuality is an alien ‘white man’s condition and ‘un-African’. Poor sad deluded, hypocritical creatures!

  24. john lyttle 28 Aug 2013, 6:29pm

    Moron does even begin to cover it.

  25. Let them have their bibles, we’ll just keep our science.

  26. Velvet Steele 28 Aug 2013, 7:48pm

    Yeah Babies! BURN UP the dance floor to his crap music!

  27. Yes, I totally agree with the comments here. There is a current of hypocrisy amongst the supporters of Sizzla – shameful, swivel eyed fanatics who threatened gay activists who picketed the 2006 MOBO Awards to raise the issue of murder music in the Dancehall genre.

    Miguel Collins also does a nasty line in black supremacism, an ideology just as toxic as its white counterpart. There’s a dossier of his barely literate rantings on the website of LGBT action group “OutRage!”.

    If I may hijack the debate a little, Sizzla gets airplay on “urban” music radio stations in the UK, such as BBC R. 1-Xtra and lots of the urban community radio stations up and down the country. His defenders say that this is a matter of “free speech”. That’s fine as far as it goes, but why then are Nazi “bonehead” bands barred from British radio. Or satanic “death metal” bands from Sweden and Norway. They too have a following over here. Or is it that there’s a double standard at work?

  28. Now go back and check out who the lovely Gwen Stefani of No Doubt has worked with.

    I’ve written on this subject numerous times, and there is a considerable history. No Doubt has, on the one hand, used “equality” as a money-making enterprise, while actively seeking to work with some of the most vile and violent “artists” from Jamaica. Some of them have used far more graphic language, calling for LGBT people to be beaten and burned to death, but little Gwenny didn’t seem to mind working with those sickening idiots.

    This is a cultural thing, a national thing. I have previously worked with two people from Jamaica who fled because of the viciousness of their country. They’re not even gay, but they despise their own country for the hypocrisy, hatred and violence of it – like this guy preaching “Bible BS” while rape, domestic violence, gang culture and disrespect to all is common subject matter throughout his “art form” and common behaviour throughout his society.

  29. Also, just want to add that it’s such a shame that such a beautiful country is awash with illiterate, violent, uneducated religious freaks like him.

    They have a paradise to call home, and they insist on making it a hellhole.

    What a f’ing waste.

  30. Lyuba Marchenko 16 Sep 2013, 7:21pm

    Jamaica, just go feck yourselves right now. We know you’re morons.

  31. Jamaica is a land of ignorance. These street educated so called musicians only serve to encourage the hatred and violence towards LGBT people. They should never be allowed to travel to any develop country and their music should not be sold on iTunes, Amazon etc., neither should their music be allowed to play on You Tube. We must find a way to limit these Abusers of Humanity. Since Jamaica’s government support their rubbish, their music should only be played in places whose governments also encourage homophobia.

  32. stopandthink 5 Oct 2013, 8:44am

    Do you know what I am fed up with the fact that there are good people in Jamaican (jamaicans)) working on the LGBT agenda and all people do is focus on comments from a few ill educated pillocks. Instead of always trying to reinforce the false notion thst all Jamaicans are homophobic why not look st some of the amazing work JFLAG are doing…I guess you wouldnt because it doesnt support your biggoted view that most Jamaicans are homophobic. ..I am also sick and tired of people saying black peoople should know better because of the discrimination they suffered…lots of my gay friebds sre racist…why should blsck people be held to some higher moral standard…is it because jesus was black or something…come on people are people get over it…if you keep throwing dirt st people eventually you have no ground to stand on…

  33. Is it so wrong to hate gays, bullin is the lowest form of moral decay. Gays are just nasty and should just stop it…..nasty nasty people……..burn dem up…….big-up Sizzla

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