Reggae/Dancehall superstar Sizzla Kalonji has extended the olive branch to DJ Khaled after causing an uproar just over a month ago by burning two platinum plaques that the Palestinian-American producer mailed to him for his contribution on the Grateful (2017) and Father of Asad (2019) albums.

Kalonji, who spoke with a remorseful and introspective tone, hailed Khaled, as well as several of his compatriots, at a family fun day and bonfire.

“Aidonia, big up yuhself…Ricky General an’ all ah mi artist bredda dem weh you’ve lost your child, yuh nuh? My condolence. Big up Buju Banton same way, big up Bounty Killer. Big up everyone. Big up yuhself DJ Khaled. Big up everyone ah mi platinum..ah suh it guh. Sizzla love bun fire. Vanity—vexation of di soul. Jus’ live in love. Praise di most high,” Sizzla said.

It was a completely different tune on December 8, when the Dry Cry singer angrily ripped the plaques to pieces and threw them into a fire. 

He had contributed to the two albums, collaborating on the Father of Ashad track Holy Mountain, which also featured Buju Banton and Mavado, and singing the lead track I’m so Grateful on the Grateful album. 

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