NodeJS: How to disable call arguments logging of Sequelize function calls

I noticed when I added Sentry.init to my Express/NodeJS application, it logs the call arguments of every Sequelize query. Specifically I have:

  dsn: process.env.SENTRY_DSN,
  integrations: [
    // HTTP calls tracing
    new Sentry.Integrations.Http({ tracing: true }),
    // enable Express.js middleware tracing
    new Tracing.Integrations.Express({ app }),

  environment: process.env.NODE_ENV,
    parseFloat(process.env.SENTRY_TRACE_SAMPLE_RATE as string) || 1.0,
  enabled: process.env.NODE_ENV !== "test",

And it logs:

Executing (default): SELECT "id", "firebase_auth_id", "private", "disabled", "admin", "geo_activated", "provider_id", "email", "phone_number", "bio", "gender", "first_name", "last_name", "profile_pic_url", "latitude", "longitude", "location_timestamp", "maximum_distance_km", "ntrp_rating", "partner_ntrp_rating_min", "partner_ntrp_rating_max", "tennis_match_type", "createdAt", "updatedAt", incomplete_profile("User".id) AS "incomplete" FROM "Users" AS "User" WHERE "User"."firebase_auth_id" = 'XXX' LIMIT 1; {
  plain: true,
  raw: false,
  logging: [Function: log],
  attributes: [

including query replacements, which is problematic.

Is there a config I can toggle to disable this? It seems the only way is to remove Sentry.init entirely (commenting out all of the integrations an other config does not help).