Just to be clear, my disappointment with the whole scene comes not so much from learning of reggae artiste's personal beliefs, antics, associations, hobbies, activities outside music etc
but that the music could become widely publically associated with hate, ugliness and intolerance thanks to certain artists who emerged on the scene, plus their fans and followers for whom this represents the 'new normal', with pretty much no murmur of dissent or debate from within the ranks of other artists or followers...
Fwiw - a classic pathway into genocide involves things like singling out target groups, creating an 'us and them' division, broadcasting of hate propaganda, dehumanization, etc...disconcerting to have seen those elements creep into reggae music thanks to some artists.
I also find the juxtaposition of extremist religious views, the profane and violence, sometimes contained in a single song's lyric by artistes like Sizzla et al to be very bizarre & troubling indeed. Can't understand how people accept this as 'normal'