Khaligraph Jones: The Gen Z movement restored my lost hope for change

Rapper Khaligraph Jones has admitted that he had lost faith in the current political and ruling class, who are often accused of overburdening ordinary Kenyans with taxes, engaging in corruption, and ignoring their plight.

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However, Jones now says that the Gen Z movement has reignited his hope for change, showing that unity among the people can pressure those in power to act responsibly.

When Kenyans took to social media to urge MPs not to pass the controversial Finance Bill 2024, some ruling coalition MPs arrogantly vowed to pass it as the President desired, which they did. However, it was the actions of the Gen Zs that ultimately pressured the President to refuse to assent to the bill, sending it back to Parliament.

Unlike previous protests in Kenya, the Gen Z protests that began in Nairobi sparked a nationwide uprising. For the first time in history, protesters invaded the Parliament building to express their displeasure when the bill was passed. This unprecedented event forced MPs to flee for their lives into ambulances and bunkers, fearing the angry protesters.

Jones says these events have given him hope that change is possible in the country.

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“Advocacy for change has been around for a long time, and there have always been protests, but this time, Gen Z changed the usual pattern, which is a very good thing. Honestly, I had lost hope, but then Gen Z revived it. When they began the protests, I wasn’t really sure if they were serious because of what we have seen in the past. But then I realized they were not relenting, and the movement was growing stronger every day and yielding results. I am just happy to see what has happened, and I am grateful to the Gen Zs. I had long waited to see such an action,” Omollo, aka Jones, said.

The rapper is glad to have witnessed such a revolution, which, unlike others, had no single leader but was instead a collective effort of concerned Kenyans tired of being oppressed by their government.

Photos of 8 Kenyan celebrities who have constructed multi-million-shilling mansions

Several Kenyan celebrities have recently showcased their newly built high-end mansions. Below is a list of notable figures who have invested in luxurious properties:

Khaligraph Jones, also known as ‘OG’, is constructing a two-story building that includes a recording studio.

In September 2023, Khaligraph Jones unveiled his extravagant mansion, regularly updating his followers on its progress via social media.

Mulamwah, has built a 5-bedroom house in his hometown of Kitale, nearing completion. The comedian has openly shared his journey from living in a bedsitter to achieving this milestone, which also allowed him to acquire a new Mercedes-Benz.

Ian Marwa recently surprised the public with his newly built mansion, revealing he spent a significant amount on its construction.

Comedian Osoro

The comedian recently completed construction of his home, sharing photos online and expressing gratitude to God for his achievement.

MCA Tricky

The radio host is currently building a mansion in Machakos County, expected to cost seven million Kenyan shillings upon completion.

Dorea Chege

Kenyan socialite Dorea Chege has also built her own mansion, sharing glimpses of it with her fans in a short video clip.

Phoina

Kenyan businesswoman Phoina has joined the list of celebrities who have invested in their own luxurious properties by building a mansion.

 

KRG the Don

Kenyan dancehall artist and businessman KRG, known for his lavish lifestyle and frequent displays of wealth, owns multiple properties in Nairobi, including a prominent mansion.

Khaligraph Jones Opens Up About Past Mistakes That Led Him To Custody

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones recently shared a personal revelation on social media. He disclosed spending time in Nairobi remand prison in 2012 due to a youthful error in judgement. Jones admits this experience, which may have seemed commonplace in his former environment, now fills him with regret.

“Looking back with a clearer perspective,” he stated, “it’s a mistake I deeply regret.” Jones used his platform to advise young people against following a similar path.

“To anyone still struggling in similar situations,” he wrote, “avoid anything that could lead you down that road. 2012 feels like yesterday, but trust me, you don’t want to go back. Keep your head up, stay focused.”

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This confession comes as Jones exemplifies the power of hard work and perseverance. He has not only achieved success but demonstrates that challenging circumstances don’t have to define one’s future.

Unlike some celebrities who romanticize past struggles, Jones kept this part of his life private for a decade. His recent return to the location triggered these memories, serving as a powerful reminder of why he chose a different path.

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Jones’ story offers a message of hope and a cautionary tale, inspiring young people to make positive choices and strive for a brighter future.

Khaligraph Jones Nears Completion Of Lavish Multi-Million Mansion (Photo)

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has given fans another peek into his expansive mansion nearing completion. Through his Instagram Stories, the “Yes Bana” hitmaker shared a photo showcasing the interior’s progress, featuring bright white paint throughout.

This update follows a September 2023 post where Khaligraph expressed relief at the final touches being made on the three-story residence. The construction journey started with his wife Georgina Muteti sharing foundation-digging photos on social media.

“We will get there soon InshaAllah,” Khaligraph Jones wrote.

In a November 2022 interview, Khaligraph explained the motivation behind the grand house, stating his desire to showcase his success as an inspiration to other musicians.

In November 2022, Khaligraph said he was building a huge mansion to show his success.

“I show my successes because it’s something that wasn’t shown by guys who were here before us,” Khaligraph said.

Khaligraph’s success is evidently due to his hard work, which he has accumulated over the years. He’s among the best rappers in Africa, showing great prowess in the entertainment industry.

Khaligraph Jones makes a suggestion about quitting music early

The award-winning rapper Khaligraph Jones has subtly hinted at a potential early retirement from the music industry.

In a recent Instagram post, the “Mazishi” hitmaker acknowledged his impactful career, emphasizing the milestones achieved in propelling East African Hip Hop to greater heights.

Without divulging many details about his decision, Khaligraph Jones expressed gratitude to his supporters and believers, stating that there is still unfinished business before he contemplates retirement.

“A good career it has been. It’s good to remind you all because you all pretend to forget sometimes, always pushed EA Hip Hop to greater levels and still continue to do so even when some still doubt. Shoutout to all the believers who continue to support. I still got some work to do before I retire though, Khali Cartel 5 loading #respecttheogs,” shared Khaligraph on his Instagram page.

As the founder and CEO of Blu Ink, Khaligraph Jones, in a past interview, recounted his humble beginnings in the music industry, highlighting that he started with nothing.

In 2004, he made his debut in a studio as a duo with gospel singer Hopekid.

“I came from something but it was nothing compared to the standards that I’ve set right now. The perception people have is that I come from a very well-off background-but that’s not the case,” he revealed.

Khaligraph Jones gained international acclaim in 2009 when he won the Channel O Music Video Awards Emcee Africa, a highly visible competition that propelled him to the forefront of the music scene.

Having earned numerous accolades in the music industry, Khaligraph Jones has remained a significant influence.

In 2024, he has already released two songs.

The latest, “Chocha,” dropped on January 18, where he addresses the tendency of people to present exaggerated versions of themselves to appear better in the eyes of others, known as “kujichocha” in Swahili slang.

“Ukijibizana mtaa itakudhuru, ukijibishana wanakutax ushuru. Mlibanja sana hamtaki Uhuru, sahii imebamba sana wapi nduru, yeah. Hatuendi maandamano, Baba maintain kanyo kanyo. Mr President ongeza miaka tano na nyi wa Kenya lazima mkuwe na msimamo,” raps King Khali.

Khaligraph Jones Throws Shade At Music Royalties Body After Paying Artists ‘Peanuts’

Rapper Khaligraph Jones isn’t buying the Music Copyright Society of Kenya’s (MCSK) promise of a Sh20 million payout to 16,000 artists. He sees the announced payment, touted by MCSK CEO Ezekiel Mutua, as proof of systemic corruption within the organization.

“It’s a clear sign of how rotten things are. These guys are supposed to be looking out for artists, but they’ve dropped the ball big time,” Jones said, emphasizing that artists entrusted MCSK with managing their royalties.

However, the outspoken rapper hinted at a brewing revolution for creatives, something he’s working on “behind the scenes.” “You’ll see what’s coming, a game-changer for sure,” he stated confidently.

Meanwhile, Mutua confirmed the Sh20 million payout, slated for January 25 to March 29, with another three distributions planned throughout the year. He clarified that the funds will not be divided equally, dispelling rumors.

“There’s a clear, two-pronged system for fair distribution,” Mutua explained. “Airplay data determines the scientific portion, while every member receives a minimum token through the general method.”

He condemned attempts to portray the payout as an equal share-out, highlighting the established transparent system.

While MCSK promises a financial reprieve for artists, Khaligraph Jones’ skepticism and veiled promise of change add a layer of intrigue to the ongoing saga. Will creatives see a truly fair system emerge, or are they in for another disappointment?

Khaligraph Jones’ Multi-Million Mansion Nearing Completion

Rapper Khaligraph Jones has updated his fans on the progress of his mansion’s construction, which is now nearing completion. He recently shared a short clip on his Instagram Stories that showed the final touches being done on the three-storey mansion.

He expressed relief at the construction progress, exuding confidence that it would be over soon. “We will get there soon InshaAllah,” he wrote.

Khaligraph started building his mansion in February 2022. His wife, Georgina Muteti, took to social media on February 7, 2022, and posted photos showing workers digging the foundation for their house.

In an interview in November 2022, Khaligraph said he was building a huge mansion to show his success.

Fans of the rapper are eagerly awaiting the completion of the mansion, which is sure to be a luxurious and impressive abode.

Khaligraph Jones Calls Out Diamond Platnumz For Copying His Coffin Performance

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has accused Tanzanian superstar Diamond Platnumz of copying his coffin performance.

Diamond recently performed at the Wasafi Festival in a spine-chilling spectacle where he was carried on stage in a coffin. The performance was met with mixed reactions, with some fans praising Diamond’s creativity and others accusing him of plagiarism.

Khaligraph, who performed in a coffin six years ago, took to social media to call out Diamond.

“6 years ago. The OG shall be respected,” he captioned a video of his own coffin performance.

Khaligraph said that he chose to perform in a coffin because it was the only way to communicate the intended message from his hit song “Mazishi” to his fans.

“I felt that the message I was trying to put across would be better with a casket on set, coz I was trying to give two different sides of the story. One side is of me the dead guy and the other me the thug guy, so the casket had to be used,” he said.

Khaligraph’s accusation has sparked a debate on social media, with some people supporting him and others defending Diamond.

Only time will tell whether Diamond will respond to Khaligraph’s accusations.

Khaligraph Jones Calls Out Kiss 100 Presenters Kwambox & Chito For Spreading False Information About Him

Rapper Khaligraph Jones has called out Kiss 100 presenters Kwambox and Chito Ndhlovu for spreading false information about his recent trip to the UK.

The presenters claimed on their show that Khaligraph had declined an interview with BBC 1Xtra Radio. However, Khaligraph denied this, saying that he had never been contacted by the BBC.

He also pointed out that the presenters had failed to mention his London show, which he said was clear evidence that they were spreading false information.

Khaligraph’s fans were quick to support him, and many questioned the journalistic ethics of Kwambox and Chito.

“Kiss 100 should rethink their hiring process,” said one fan. “What kind of journalists are these?”

Khaligraph has said that he will address the matter further once he returns to Kenya.

In the meantime, he has urged his fans to ignore the false information being spread by Kwambox and Chito.

Khaligraph Jones exposes Diamond’s photographer of trying to finesse him

Khaligraph Jones and Lukamba, a former photographer for Diamond Platnumz, are embroiled in a dispute over photos that Lukamba took of Jones and Platnumz at the Sound City Awards gala in Nigeria.

Jones claims that Lukamba demanded money to share the photos with him, but Lukamba denies this. He says that he never asked for money and that he was simply trying to be professional by sending the photos to Jones’ work email.

Jones has shared screenshots of their Instagram chats that appear to support his claim. In the chats, Jones asks Lukamba to send the photos to his work email, and Lukamba agrees. However, the photos were never sent.

Lukamba has also shared screenshots of his own, which he says show that he never asked for money. He also says that his memory card was corrupted and that he lost all the data on it, including the photos of Jones and Platnumz.

The dispute between Jones and Lukamba is ongoing. It is unclear who is telling the truth, but it is clear that there is bad blood between the two men.

Khaligraph Jones apologizes to Tanzanians for his remarks about Tanzanian musicians

Award-winning Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has apologized to Tanzanians for his remarks that Tanzanian musicians cannot be compared to their Kenyan counterparts.

In an interview with Wasafi FM, Jones said that his statement was taken out of context and that he was only trying to defend his countrymen. He said that he respects the Tanzanian music industry and that he did not mean to demean it.

Jones’s apology comes after a few online battles between Kenya and Tanzania over the state of their respective music industries. The battles have involved diss tracks and other forms of online trolling.

Jones has said that he is not backing down from the rap battle, but that he apologizes for his remarks about Tanzanian musicians. He has also said that he hopes the two countries can put their differences aside and focus on promoting their music industries.

The apology has been welcomed by some Tanzanian musicians, but others have said that it is not enough. They have called for Jones to withdraw his diss track and to stop making disparaging remarks about Tanzanian musicians.

The ongoing rap battle between Kenya and Tanzania is a reminder of the competitive nature of the East African music industry. It is also a reminder of the importance of respect, even in the heat of competition.

Khaligraph Jones sparks beef with entire Tanzanian rap fraternity

Khaligraph Jones, a Kenyan rapper, has ignited a fiery clash with Tanzanian musicians following his recent comments on the state of hip-hop.

Khaligraph expressed his belief that hip-hop is experiencing a decline, with only a select few artists maintaining consistency in their craft. He also claimed that Tanzanian rappers are only capable of making soft melodies and Amapiano remixes, and that they are not real hip-hop artists.

These assertions have drawn sharp responses from the Tanzanian music community, with a war of words ensuing across borders.

Harmonize, the CEO of Konde Gang, has been one of the most vocal critics of Khaligraph’s comments. He has denounced Khaligraph’s remarks as a grave form of disrespect toward Tanzanian rappers and their artistic endeavors. Harmonize also reminded Khaligraph of their past collaboration, underlining the recognition it garnered and refuting any notion that Tanzanian rap was solely characterized by soft melodies and Amapiano remixes.

Another Tanzanian artist, Rosa Ree, has also entered the fray with a direct musical response to Khaligraph. In her official track, Rosa Ree asserts her dominance in the African rap scene and dismisses Khaligraph’s claims. She showcases her lyrical prowess, delivering a message that challenges his position while asserting her own superiority.

The ongoing feud between Khaligraph Jones and Tanzanian musicians is a reminder of the passionate rivalry that exists between the two countries’ music scenes. It is also a testament to the strength and resilience of Tanzanian hip-hop, which has continued to thrive despite Khaligraph’s attempts to discredit it.

Harmonize Calls Out Khaligraph Jones For Disrespecting Tanzanian Rappers

Tanzanian Bongo star Harmonize has called out Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones for disrespecting Tanzanian rappers.

The beef between the two rappers started when Khaligraph Jones challenged Tanzanian rappers to a rap battle and said that if he wins, he will be respected. He also said that Tanzanian rappers only know how to make Amapiano music, which is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South Africa.

Harmonize responded to Khaligraph Jones’s challenge by saying that he did his best to give him a good collabo song, “Kwame,” and that the song even won an award. He added that he did not expect Khaligraph to feel so big and disrespect Tanzanians.

The beef between Harmonize and Khaligraph Jones is the latest in a series of disputes between Kenyan and Tanzanian musicians. In recent years, there have been several cases of Kenyan and Tanzanian musicians accusing each other of plagiarism and disrespect.

It remains to be seen how the beef between Harmonize and Khaligraph Jones will be resolved. However, it is clear that the two rappers are not afraid to speak their minds, and that they are willing to stand up for what they believe i

Octopizzo and Khaligraph Jones trade barbs

The best Nane number Khalihtaph Jones’ rival, Henry Ohanga alias Octopizzo, has responded to him after he addressed their feud in terms of hip-hop.

In a recent interview with Oga Obinna, Papa Jones stated that he does not now need to maintain his feud with Octopizzo.

He clarified, however, that no rapper in Kenya’s music industry can be compared to him, adding that Octopizzo can only defeat him in a fashion contest.

The OG added that he appreciates Octopizzo and his craft at the same time.

“Octo maybe anishinde kuvaa nguo. He has clean pictures on social media; he’s a very good model. Octo anapiga modelling fiti sana, lakini kwa kurap haniwezi. But I respect him for his grind, I’ve seen his growth from Kibera,”

Octopizzo quickly responded by giving Papa Jones a chill-free clap in response.

“Naskia bado kuna fala flani aja Acha kunitaja taja kwa Ma interview… Unachokitafta utakipata very soon. Kunja kunja mdomo hio side ingine nani.

Acha nimalizane na waterfalls kwanza.”- Octo

Khaligraph Jones Opens Up On Beef With Octopizzo- ‘He Doesn’t Like Me’

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has finally addressed his long-standing feud with legendary rapper Octopizzo.

The two artists have been known for their simmering rivalry for years. In an interview with Oga Obinna, Khaligraph revealed that Octopizzo has never liked him.

“He just doesn’t like me,” Khaligraph said. “There are some people you just don’t feel a connection with, and you can’t blame them. Our blood just didn’t mix.”

Khaligraph also said that he doesn’t blame Octopizzo for not liking him. “If I were him, I wouldn’t like me either,” he said.

When asked if there was still any bad blood between the two, Khaligraph dismissed the notion. He said that he is too old for petty rivalries.

“I’m 33 years old now,” he said. “I’ve grown out of that.”

Khaligraph also took the opportunity to express his respect for Octopizzo’s hustle.

“I respect Octopizzo for his work ethic,” he said.

Khaligraph’s comments are a sign of maturity and growth. He has clearly outgrown the need to feud with other artists. It is refreshing to see him take the high road and show respect for his rival. Octopizzo has since replied to Khaligraph Jones- admonishing him to keep his name out of his mouth.

Khaligraph Jones Praises Nyashinski’s Musical Abilities

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has heaped praise on fellow artist Nyamari Ongegu, popularly known as Nyashinski, for his exceptional musical talent.

In an interview with Oga Obinna, Khaligraph expressed his deep admiration for Nyashinski’s skills as a rapper and songwriter. He went so far as to rap along to one of Nyashinski’s hit songs, “Mungu Pekee.”

“Nyash is on another level,” Khaligraph said. “He knows how to write, and he can spit. He’s a true artist.”

Khaligraph also said that he would love to collaborate with Nyashinski on a song. He has previously expressed this desire in his song “Yes Bana,” which features Bien.

“Shinki collabo tufanye? Yes, bana,” the lyrics sing in part. “Tushike from Dago to Kani. Yes, bana.”

In a past interview, Khaligraph addressed the claims that Nyashinski had refused to collaborate with him. He said that Nyashinski had never actually said no, and that he was simply reiterating what the fans wanted.

“He has not refused,” Khaligraph said. “I am just echoing the voice of the fans. Sometimes they ask me when am I releasing a song with Nyashinski. Kama inafanyika, ifanyike.”

It remains to be seen whether Khaligraph and Nyashinski will ever collaborate on a song. However, it is clear that Khaligraph has a great deal of respect for Nyashinski’s musical talent.

Khaligraph Jones Shares A Sneak Peek Into His Multi-Million Mansion

Award-winning rapper Khaligraph Jones has given fans a sneak peek into his new mansion, which is currently under construction. The rapper took to Instagram Stories to share a video of himself walking around the property, inspecting the final touches that are being made.

The interior of the mansion is truly magnificent. The video shows classy spiral staircases, gigantic windows that let in plenty of natural light, and a modern, flat roof design that is quickly gaining popularity among the affluent in Kenya.

Khaligraph Jones mansion

The two-storey building is constructed on a spacious plot of land, with the surrounding area sparsely populated. This gives the mansion a sense of privacy and exclusivity.

Khaligraph Jones is one of Kenya’s most successful rappers, and his new mansion is a testament to his success. The mansion is a showpiece of luxury and wealth, and it is sure to be the envy of many.

Khaligraph Jones Stuns Kenyans with New Side Hustle

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones surprised and amused his fans on Tuesday when he revealed his new side hustle as an Uber driver.

The father of four posted a video on his Instagram page showing him driving an Uber car. In the caption, he wrote, “Ndio Kuingia Kazi Kabla maandamano, Request now ???????? #Respecttheogs” (which translates to “Getting into work before the protests, request now ???????? #Respecttheogs”).

The video quickly went viral, with many fans commenting on Jones’s sense of humor and his willingness to get down to work. Some even joked that they would request a ride from him.

Jones is not the first celebrity to take on a side hustle as an Uber driver. In recent years, other stars such as Ashton Kutcher, Mariah Carey, and Diplo have all been spotted driving for the ride-hailing company.

It is unclear how long Jones will be driving for Uber, but his new side hustle is certainly a hit with his fans.

 

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Khaligraph responds to Willy Paul throwing shade at his shine

Khaligraph Jones and Nikita Kering have been selected to represent Kenya in the second season of the musical TV show, Coke Studio.

The announcement was made on Thursday, July 6, at the launch event for the show.

Controversial musician Willy Paul expressed resentment over his selection in a social media conversation with Khaligraph Jones.

Willy Paul, who was perplexed, enquired, “What Standards Does Coke Studio Use To Select Musicians? Because I’ve been topping their surveys for the longest time, or is this another cartel-based system? We have Wakadinali, Ob, myself, and many more people. Anyway, let me tend to my own affairs.

Without holding back, Khaligraph Jones replied, “The cartel you’re referring about is named Khali Cartel, and I am the chairman. Since I’ll be around until 2029, if you send me your CV, I might take you into consideration.

The necessity to recognize Khaligraph Jones as an OG (Original Gangster) in the music industry was also highlighted in the comments, though.

The two singers’ conversation with one another appears to have sparked some interest and involvement among their fans, sparking a discussion regarding their individual skills and the Coke Studio audition procedure.

Khaligraph Jones is a well-known rapper in Kenya, while Nikita Kering is a singer and songwriter.

Their selection has been met with mixed reactions, with some people praising the decision and others questioning it.

Coke Studio is a music show that features artists from different countries collaborating on new songs.

The show is known for its innovative and creative productions, and it has helped to promote African music to a global audience.

The selection of Khaligraph Jones and Nikita Kering is a sign of the growing popularity of Kenyan music.

Both artists are talented and respected in the industry, and their collaboration is sure to be a success.

Khaligraph Jones has expressed his excitement about the opportunity to work with Nikita Kering.

“I’m a fan of her music, and I think we’re going to create something special together,” he said.

Nikita Kering is also looking forward to the collaboration.

“I’m excited to work with Khaligraph Jones,” she said. “He’s a great artist, and I think we’re going to make some magic.”

The Coke Studio season 2 is set to premiere on July 13, 2023.

The show will be broadcast on TV stations across Africa, as well as online.

Khaligraph Jones Partners with Luxury Brand

Khaligraph Jones has joined the list of Kenyan artistes partnering with luxury brands. The rapper has become the first Kenyan artiste to be named a brand ambassador for a luxury brand.

Jones has appeared on several lists of Kenyan celebrities who choose not to consume alcohol. However, this deal seems to have put a big question mark on these claims.

The deal is a significant development for Jones, who is one of the most popular rappers in Kenya. It is also a sign of the growing popularity of luxury brands in Kenya.

It is unclear what the terms of the deal are. However, it is likely that Jones will be involved in promoting the brand through social media, events, and other marketing activities.

The deal is a win-win for both Jones and the luxury brand. Jones will be able to reach a wider audience and boost his profile. The luxury brand will be able to tap into Jones’s popularity and reach a new audience in Kenya.

It will be interesting to see how Jones’s fans react to the deal. Some fans may be disappointed that he is partnering with a luxury brand that sells alcohol. However, others may be supportive of the deal, as it is a sign of Jones’s growing success.

Only time will tell how the deal will impact Jones’s career. However, it is clear that this is a significant development for the rapper and the luxury brand.

Radio Jambo Presenter Gidi Congratulates Khaligraph Jones On New Mansion

Radio Jambo presenter Joseph Ogidi Oyoo, popularly known as Gidi, has congratulated rapper Khaligraph Jones after stumbling upon his under-construction mansion.

Gidi revealed that he spontaneously visited Karen, where he had purchased some land six years prior, during his regular daily activities.

While there, Gidi noticed a massive mansion adjacent to his property, piquing his curiosity about its owner. He recalled an agreement they had made to prevent any apartments from being constructed in that area.

The guard who was present informed Gidi that the structure was not an apartment but rather a four-story building owned by a Kenyan artist.

Curious, Gidi approached the site to confirm the information and was informed that the house indeed belonged to rapper Khaligraph Jones.

“Weuh! I texted Khaligraph and he confirmed that indeed this is his property. I am so excited not only that he’s going to be my neighbor but also how this hardworking artist has decided to invest in a home,” Gidi wrote.

Khaligraph Jones is one of the most popular rappers in Kenya. He has won numerous awards, including the BET Award for Best International Flow in 2019. He is known for his hard work and dedication to his craft.

Gidi’s congratulations are a testament to Khaligraph Jones’ success. It is clear that Gidi is proud of his neighbor and his accomplishments.

We wish Khaligraph Jones all the best in his new home.

Khaligraph Jones’ Mansion Stuns Radio Host Gidi

Radio host Gidi was left stunned after he came across the construction site of Khaligraph Jones’ mansion. Gidi, who was on his way back to Nairobi, decided to take the new road from Suswa to Ngong to Karen. Along the way, he saw a huge building under construction and asked a watchman who it belonged to. The watchman told him that it was Khaligraph Jones’ four-story mansion.

Gidi was shocked to learn that the rapper was building such a large house. He texted Papa Jones to confirm, and the rapper confirmed that the watchman was correct. Gidi was impressed by the size and scale of the mansion, and he congratulated Khaligraph on his success.

Khaligraph Jones is one of Kenya’s most successful rappers. He has won numerous awards, including the BET Award for Best International Flow in 2019. He is also a successful businessman, and he owns a number of businesses, including a record label and a clothing line.

The construction of Khaligraph Jones’ mansion is a sign of his success. It is a testament to his hard work and dedication. It is also a sign of his confidence in the future. He is clearly investing in his future, and he is confident that he will continue to be successful.

Gidi’s reaction to Khaligraph Jones’ mansion is a sign of the respect that the rapper commands. He is a role model for many young people, and his success is an inspiration. He is showing that it is possible to achieve great things through hard work and dedication.

Khaligraph Jones is a true success story. He is an inspiration to many, and his mansion is a testament to his hard work and dedication.

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Khaligraph Jones buys new Lexus LX570, bodaboda rider immediately hits it

Khaligraph Jones is winning and all this in spite of the fact that his baby mama, the mother of his firstborn son has dragged him to court but that has not pampered his progress by even a little bit and he recently decided to gift himself a brand new Lexus LX570.

Khaligraph Jones Explains Why He’s Been Silent On Current Political Matters

But it would seem the devils that are bodaboda riders refused to let him flourish as he quickly got rammed by one of these fools of the roads. It is reported that after he was rammed into, the boda rider decided to insult him.

This reminds us of a time when he was still driving a red Subaru that he took to a carwash only for the attendants to drive his car right into a wall because unbeknownst to him, they decided to go on a joyride.

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Khaligraph Jones Explains Why He’s Been Silent On Current Political Matters

Most celebrities have eschewed talking about their opinion on the current political regime & economic situation. The ‘maandamanos’ which were recently called off by Azimio’s leader Raila Odinga, were also a paramount topic.

A couple of celebrities have however, shared their opinions on the same, including Eric Omondi, Huddah Monroe, among others.

Legendary rapper Khaligraph Jones is among celebrities who have been silent on the issue. Why? Well, according to Khaligraph, politics is a sensitive area he wouldn’t want to talk about.

“Politics is a very sensitive topic right now, the political atmosphere is complex, so even if I have an opinion, na mimi ni msanii what I would like to see is if we maintain peace as a country if people decide to do maandamano ikuwe peaceful, if they don’t decide then at the end of the day we are just trying to get an environment where peace is thriving.”

”So right now unaniuliza mambo ya Donald Trump utaniuliza mambo ya Barack Obama na nitakujibu kuna , local itabidi mungangane nayo, na akina Erico.”

Cashy Karimi celebrates great milestone for Khaligraph Jones’ son

Cashy Karimi who was recently involved in a custody battle with her ex, Khaligraph Jones has come out to celebrate the latest milestone in their son, Xolani’s life and we are here for it!

Cashy Karimi a toxic mum? Leaves many feeling sorry for her son with Khaligraph Jones(Video)

small celebration

Xolani went to school a bit later than the
rest this term.

Still, he carned top position in his mid-term
exams and cleared 500/500!

I’m so proud of our baby boy!
He has no idea how this feeling has healed so
many battle scars @§

I¢s just the stare, but as a parent who’s had a
difficult time… This has renewed my spirit
100% and no one can say it wasn’t worth it

Its taken a lot of us to get here,
I remain extremely grateful and I keep the
hope for his bright future v-

#bornchampion

We are glad to see Cashy Karimi basking in this win because hitherto, she was fighting tooth and nail for the upkeep of their son whom she claims the rapper, Khaligraph had chosen to ignore.

Cashy Karimi unveils boyfriend

The pair were recently in court which determined the case in favour of Xolani’s mother. She had been very vocal and bashful in her messages about Khaligraph whom she said was always celebrating his children by his wife at the expense of Xolani.

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Khaligraph Jones sues baby mama

It appears that after Khaligraph Jones was accused of neglecting his son, Xolani he decided to seek legal help to prevent ex Cashy Karimi from publishing any information about her ex.

Cashy with ex, Khaligraph Jones

Actually the termed used is ‘defamation’ and as surprising as it sounds…yes, Khaligraph paid a legal team to handle his baby mama; yet Cashy claims the fella has refused to help his son claiming he isn’t financially stable.

Baby Xolani breaks down as dad, Khaligraph Jones walks away from him

Well, not that it’s in our place to pass judgement on who is right and who is not; but truth is, clearly something needs to be done to avoid the whole blame game every now and then; because in the end – we weren’t part of the baby making process. Anyway part of the statement from Khali’s legal team wrote;

Our artiste filed a suit in court against Ms Cashy Karimi in February 2022 at the Milimani Magistrate’s Court. There are interim orders issued by the Court stopping Ms Cashy Karimi from publishing details of the minor involved, the case or the parties therein; which she is now clearly in contempt of.

Cashy’s team responds

With yet another ‘threat’ (like she put it) from her ex boyfriend – Miss Cashy’s representive decided to respond to the post explaining why her client has been on the rappers case for months now.

To them, it doesn’t make sense to have the child at home while other children are in school. Actually it is unfair, but hey Khaligraph Jones knows this too but what is he doing about it?