This is intensely homophobic Jamaican Rastafarian dancehall performer Sizzla’s U.S. touring schedule for November and December 2013 This schedule is subject to additions and other changes. Sizzla Schedule November and December 2013 City Venue Date San Antonio, TX The Korova 11/10/13 New Orleans, LA The Howlin’ Wolf
Sizzla Kolonji 2005 Photo: Caspiax Public Domain (Creative Commons) Sizzla’s Entire U.S. 2013 Tour Canceled! Click Here for Information Sizzla Kalonji, real name Miguel Collins, is another very controversial Jamaican dancehall music artiste who has a long history of performing songs that call for LGBT people to be killed.
After all of the criticism and controversy over “Boom Bye Bye,” Buju Banton has never distanced himself from the “kill LGBT” message of the song.
Capleton in Spain November 2008 (Public Domain – Creative Commons) Intensely homophobic, hateful Capleton has nothing scheduled for the U.S. at this time. Back to Who Is Capleton And What Is He Doing In 2013?
Capleton in Spain November 2008 (Public Domain – Creative Commons) Capleton has nothing scheduled in the U.S. at this time. Fuse News: Boston’s Hiberarian Hall pulls plug on contoversial reggae act How Capleton Got Canceled At Hibernarian Hall in Boston for 11/08/13 If you see that Capleton is scheduled to
We Are Jamaicans has posted many videos on YouTube in which LGBT Jamaicans and non LGBT supporters of equal rights for LGBT people in Jamaica speak out about the violations of the human rights of LGBT People in Jamaica. This is a very courageous and dangerous thing to do
(All the photos are public domain) Homophobic Jamaican dancehall performer Beenie Man is scheduled to appear at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island, on January 24th, 2013. The lesbian group Indigo Girls is scheduled to perform the next month, on February 26th, 2013. Then on March 3, 2013,
Frame grab from YouTube video “Freezer Full Of” YouTube’s Community Guidelines state: We encourage free speech and defend everyone’s right to express unpopular points of view. But we don’t permit hate speech (speech which attacks or demeans a group based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran
Sometime in August 2013, Buju Banton’s infamous song “Boom Bye Bye” will pass the 21st anniversary of the date of its release in the U.S., the U.K. and the world. Please Go To (click below): 21 Years of Musical Mayhem – “Boom Bye Bye” – 1992 to 2013
Jamaican dancehall artist Beenie Man has had a long career of writing and performing songs that call for LGBT people to be killed. It looks like his career as a homophobe goes back to 1994 and the song “Bomb and Dynamite.” Along with a number of Jamaican dancehall performers, Beenie