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This has gone too far now.' A Stonewall spokesperson said: 'As an artist with a public platform, DJ Limelight is a role model to young people.It's right that his offensive comments about lesbian, gay, bi and trans people were called out and challenged.The pair also present shows on the BBC Asian Network on Saturday nights at 9pm.The couple will be officially starting a show on BBC Radio One next year.Among those paying tribute to him was close friend and fellow DJ Garth Vassell also known as Master G.Garth said: “Tony was always driving for reggae music to be played on the national airwaves, he tried so many things to bring reggae to the forefront and allowing artists to get the recognition they deserved.
Among the iconic places the award shows were held are The Royal Albert Hall, Café Royal and the Indigo O2 in Greenwich.But, he tells , as a father of two young children, a broadcaster, and a DJ, he wants to use his fame to break down the stigma surrounding mental health and shake up what it means to be a man in 2017 at a time when suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.Most recently, Mista Jam helped to compile an alternative power list for Lynx’s Men of the Moment campaign, alongside fellow broadcaster Reggie Yates and Olympian Tom Daley.Winners included Grime musician Stormzy, who was widely praised for being honest about his struggle with depression; heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua, spoke to Mista Jam about the importance of the Men of the Moment campaign, the challenges facing men of all ages, and why men need to learn it's OK to cry.Why did you get involved in the Men of the Moment list?
A statement from the BBC Asian Network said: 'Any allegations of inappropriate behaviour would always be taken extremely seriously, investigated and dealt with appropriately.' A statement from Mr Sharma said: 'I would like to express my deep thoughts on my disrespectful, hurtful tweets from years ago which have shed light today.'As a BBC broadcaster and DJ I'm in a very privileged position, one I do not take lightly.