Reggae artist Sizzla has publicly denounced DJ Khaled. The former recently took to Instagram to upload a video of himself setting multiple plaques of Khaled’s albums ablaze.

This comes after the dancehall leader claimed that Khaled was disrespecting the former’s Jamaican culture.

In an Instagram post, the artist claimed that DJ Khaled had disrespected him and other Jamaican artists, alleging there were no pictures of the artists who helped him create a platinum record.

DJ Khaled’s recently launched album ‘God Did’ features Jamaican hip-hop kings like Sizzla, Buju Banton, Capleton, and Bounty Killer.

Sizzla further added that the record DJ Khaled sent had his name printed so small that it required a magnifying glass to be legible.

DJ Khaled is one of the most famous musicians in the world. He is known for collaborating with musicians across the globe as part of his “one love for the world” philosophy.

In a video posted on Wednesday, December 7, DJ Khaled could be seeing stepping outside his car in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

A Jamaican fan stood there holding the Jamaican flag, and DJ Khaled asked the fan to spread the flag and said to his team, “Jamaican in Saudi Arabia. This is worldwide love. We represent one love all over the world.”