Sizzla Kalonji Burns Platinum Plaques Given to Him by DJ Khaled – Watch Videos

December 8, 2022

Insisting that he was disrespected by American producer DJ Khaled, veteran reggae artiste Sizzla Kalonji has incinerated two certified platinum plaques sent to him from the producer to commemorate his contribution to his albums.

Kalonji took to Instagram to express his displeasure, and in multiple videos shared on his page, the artiste can be seen dismantling the plaques before setting them ablaze. Kalonji, who at first is videotaping, instructs his companions to get a knife before declaring that Khaled insulted him. The men proceeded to cut apart the Grateful album plaque, with Kalonji soon taking over to do the task himself.


As Kalonji dismantles the plaque, he and his companions disclose that the commemorative ornament was presented without a proper image and that the entertainer could not see his name. Kalonji proceeds to disassemble Khaled’s Father of Asahd plaque, spearing only the image of the producer’s son Asahd as he did with the Grateful plaque, with the entertainer stating that “babies are innocent.” The plaques’ pieces are then dosed with gasoline and set on fire.

In subsequent footage, Kalonji states that he was the one who propelled Khaled’s career.

“Weh yuh feel like DJ Khaled, yuh can style Sizzla? A me buss yuh man, August Town buss yuh.” Kalonji states, adding, “wrong plaque yuh sen. Weh yuh feel like. Me cyah even si me name. And a now yah send plaque come gi me, look how hard we wuk.”

A longtime proponent of Jamaican music, Khaled has worked with several Jamaican artistes over the years and has partnered with Kalonji on multiple occasions. On Grateful, Khaled’s tenth studio album, Kalonji appeared on the album’s intro track, I’m So Grateful, and was featured on Holy Mountain alongside Buju Banton, Mavado, and 070 Shake on the producer’s eleventh studio album, Father of Asahd.

The Solid As A Rock singer recently collaborated with the American producer for his album God Did, appearing on the single These Streets Know My Name along with Bunty Killer, Skillibeng, Buju Banton, and Capleton.

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