Popular Dancehall selector Foota Hype is not backing down from Reggae veteran Sizzla Kalonji and goes to the extent to say that he is well connected and fears no one. According to Hype who spoke on his Instagram live about the matters troubling him, the issue spurred from another IG live he did addressing his concerns about the Rastafarian girl whose locks were allegedly cut by the Police.
In that same Instagram live, Foota also called out the Rastafarian artistes in the business for not standing up against the alleged incident that has now gathered mass with both social and religious concerns.
It seems as if Sizzla Kalonji, was touched by the selector’s statements as he directly sent a message to Foota Hype in an Instagram live he did, telling him not to call his name and that he should know what he is doing.
In a new live, done by the sound system veteran, Sizzla is being told by him that he is not afraid of any man and that “Rasta a sleep”. What Foota Hype seems to be demanding from Kalonji, however, is for them to have a diplomatic conversion about the matter, with him claiming that it does not have to be violent, but if it is he is not afraid.
It is quite interesting to note that the selector’s point about “Rasta a sleep”, was addressed in Sizzla’s IG live, but differently, as the Judgement Yard singjay called out the likes of Buju Banton, Capleton, Anthony B and Determine, asking them to come together and build, while slamming them for not altogether carrying out their duties as Rastafarians whilst exploiting the benefits of the movement.
It was throughout Kalonji’s defending of the faith, that Foota Hype’s name got intertwined in the situation however, the selector has spoken his mind expressing to Sizzla that he cannot intimidate him, while further jeering the entertainer telling him that the same energy that he has now about the matters he spoke about in his IG live, he should have had it when the Rastafarian girl had her locks cut off.
It would certainly be a heated discussion if the two popular music personalities have a discussion about the current issues and the state of “Rastas” at this time. The last time Foota Hype had such an interaction was with Reggae artiste Kabaka Pyramid, which did not turn out well, resulting in a violent clash of words.
Check out Sizzla and Foota Hype’s live below.