Sizzla Kalonji is shutting down rumors that he was involved in a recent fire at Bobo Hill in Bull Bay, St. Andrew.
The Reggae artist has sought to address the rumors which are said to have caused over a missing goat found dead on the property.
The “Solid As A Rock” entertainer’s manager, Homer Harris, says that the allegations are false and that individuals on social media are trying to tarnish and discredit the image of Sizzla Kalonji.
“For the record, Sizzla has no affiliation with the fire or any of the rumors that are circulating on social media in regards to the situation,” according to a press release from Harris.
“If anything, these scrupulous individuals that have tried to defame and libel Sizzla’s character are doing so out of malicious and vindictive intent,” the release further states.
Homer Harris also asserted that Sizzla “used his personal monies to build the tabernacle and administrative offices at Bobo Hill, Scotts Park, and other places in relation to Rastafari in Jamaica and all over the world.”
Meanwhile, Sizzla is currently elated about his Grammy consideration for I’m Yours.