The Fake Celebrity Motorcycle Death Rumor Business Is Booming – Sizzla Kalonji Lives On to Continue Sizzling

The same guy who authored false reports that David Beckham, DJ Tiesto, and David Guetta were dead is now posting the same fake story about reggae star Sizzla Kalonji.

Fortunately, Kalonji is not, in fact, dead.

Back in August 2011, on the other hand, Kalonji did almost meet his maker on the back of a motorcycle.

The musician was initially listed in critical condition at a Kingston hospital after a near fatal motorcycle accident which forced him to be airlifted by St Ann’s Bay hospital officials to Kingston, Jamaica. The star suffered injures to his arms, ribs, collar bone, and liver, but he’s back in the game now.

“I am feeling very strong, healthy, and I am coming along well. Thanks to the Most High Jah Rastafari,” said Kalonji.

Not surprising given the restorative and analgesic powers of his chosen “sacrament.”

Born Miguel Collins, Kalonji was injured after a bus in St Ann’s Bay totaled his motorcycle and failed to bother stopping. After just ten days in the hospital, Kalonji  was released to recover at home.

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