He also claims he has filed an official police report that he had been accosted by men on New Year’s Day in the Waltham Park area. This after LA Lewis had encouraged Sizzla to eat the “forbidden fruit”.
“I want to apologise to the Rastafarian community, if Sizzla feel say is a diss, mi apologise, because right now, my kids are involved, I never knew it would get violent till man ah pop off gun pon me on my way to August Town, and now wet up mi pickney dem inna car,” he said.
He said he made his comments within the realm of entertainment.
“Mi waan apologise and done with this thing. Mi only say those things because he was inciting violence against me at the stage show. But Sizzlaah tek this thing too serious now, me and him have the same lawyer so if him did have a problem, him shoulda call me. Mi go Rema, Jungle, and Tivoli and nobody nah diss me, Reverend Al Miller see me and say him no see anything wrong with it , so what is all this about then?” he asked.
He has released a new single called ‘Low Mi Mek Mi Live Mi Life’ on the Trillionaire Records label. It will be available on downloadable platforms such as Amazon, he said.