Sizzla Backs Mugabe On Comments; Still Coming To Zimbabwe

Jamaican singjay Sizzla will not pull out of a tour to Zimbabwe i  November despite comments made by its President Robert Mugabe on Jamaican men.

Sizzla will be making his third visit to the Southern African country in as many years.

Sound system owner and producer Everton ‘Caveman’ Moore was quoted by the Jamaican Observer as saying

If he really said so, it’s not inaccurate. Look how much youth pon the corners a rub out dem han’ middle.

Again, if he said so, we should see it as a wake-up call. It’s something we need to address.

Caveman accompanied Sizzla in the two previous visits and will be part of Jah Put a Hand on Africa tour. Also coming on the mega-show are Fred Locks, Wildlife and Fabian Marley from Jamaica, and Trinidadians Orlando Octave, Khari Kill and Singing Carlene. They will be backed by the High Cymbal band.

The tour kicks of on November 2.

Our comment on the President’s words raise a lot of ire from some yesterday. Of course some will say that Sizzla would back given he got a farm but if he was so wrong, Sizzla is a man of principles and he would have called him out on it.

Caveman is saying exactly what we said.

With information from the Jamaican Observer