Last Friday (June 22) police raided the home of dancehall/reggae music artiste Miguel Collins AKA Sizzla arresting several persons who were on site.
According to the Jamaica Star police from the Half-Way Tree and Elletson Road stations entered the Richings Avenue home of the entertainer about 1 p.m. jumping over a fence surrounding the property.
Several of the entertainer’s friends were charged with minor offences including possession of ganja and possession of an offensive weapon.
Sizzla was not arrested but sources close to the artiste say he was verbally abused by one of the officers.
There have been speculation that the lyrical feud with fellow entertainer Khago could have influenced the lawmen to invade Sizzla’s home.
According to reports, Khago’s family members claim to have been receiving death threats.
In recent weeks, Sizzla and Khago have been trading lyrical shots in songs like “Hurry Come Up”, “Pronounce The Bwoy” and “Dash Weh Di Bwoy” for Sizzla, while Khago’s camp countered and have released songs like “Come Out A Mi Way” “Funeral Time”and “Suicide War.”