Khaligraph Jone’s ex Cashy has cleared the air on allegations that she has sponsors owing to lyrics from Khaligraph’s new song, adding that he is lying.
Khaligraph’s new song throws so much shade, but she says that Khaligraph is indeed the one who got financial support from older women.
“He was getting financial aid from various older female sources, this was also a reason why I left. When it comes to a time where you’re committed to someone and he is being financed elsewhere, it hurts.”
Kaligraph has responded and according to him DJ Pinye anabahati the OG mekua mpole
“According to DJ Pinye, I used to make mediocre Music so he couldn’t play my mediocre music on his TV show, buda Ukona Bahati siku izi nimekua mpole kiasi na nina ka Heshima flani otherwise diss track ingekua ishatembea sai watu wana sing along mbaya sana , mazishi ni ile ile.”
Khaligraph Jones is a force to reckon with in the music industry, but not many know of his personal struggles as he mourns his brother.
The artiste, who may easily pass like a tough guy, opened up about losing his brother in a drowning incident in 2009, something he says that he has never recovered from.
In the lyrics, he partly says
“Ushawahi kua na thoughts suicidal no need for survival dunia inakupiga vita and everyone is your rival. I have been there nilikosa makao na malazi pekee ndio aliniokolea na mbao ya mandazi but hamjui kuna time nimetingwa hadi indu ,For me to be here ni Mungu amekua akinilinda Makadara court case Kalighraph ameiba simu reason mpaka leo mi hukua nimeuma ndimu.”
He also goes to divulge that his late dad battled diabetes
“Niko mnenge tumbo inarequire dishi uko mtaa dad anadedi na diabetes,In 2009 my little bro died in a swimming pool he was only 7 i still cant believe i lost a brother and it pains me so much juu mpaka leo sijarecover.”
Kaligraph Jones has been nominated for two categories in AFRIMA awards.
Kaligraph has been nominated alongside artistes such as Shane Eagle -South Africa, Olomide-Nigeria, Zoro-Nigeria, Sarkodie-Ghana,The Dogg-Namibia, Casper Nyovest-South Africa, MHD-Senegal, Phyno-Nigeria and Nasty C -South Africa.
Kalighraph took to his Instagram page to announce the exciting news, urging his fans to vote for him.
“To Everyone who has ever Supported me, God Bless, Courtesy of You the OG is Making power moves, I have been Nominated in 2 Major categories in The Afrimma Awards, *BEST RAP ACT & BEST MALE EAST AFRICA*. Now this is Major and with Your Support we could bring it home so go out there and Vote. Once again Thank you, getting nominated is more than enough already but if I win we all Win so lets get it, To vote Go to Afrimma.com and follow the guidelines. OG is OG #testimony1990#respecttheogs”
Among other Kenyan artistes that have ever been nominated previously include Sauti Sol, Victoria Kimani, Avril, Nyashinski, Mercy Masika and Dufla Diligon, Kanyekiz, Evelyn Wanjiru, Denno and Papa Dennis.
We hope that Kaligraph Jones brings the award home as it is not only good for him, but for our Country as well.
Cyber bullying is on the rise and more local celebrities are becoming victims of these acts perpetuated by unknown people.
The impact of cyber bullying is massive, with victims sometimes committing suicide. From Larry Madowo to Victoria Rubadiri, here is a list of 10 Kenyan celebrities who have not been spared from trollying by social media bullies.
1. Pierra Makena
The beautiful damsel has been on the receiving end of trolls due to her weight gain after the birth of her daughter. She has spoken out about it, admitting that a woman’s body goes through a lot of transformation after child bearing and it only takes a courageous woman to accept the changes.
Pierra indicated she would only lose the weight when she felt the time is right and her daughter is big enough.
2. Carol Odero
Citizen TV’S fashion watch analyst Carol Odero came under a lot of criticism a few weeks ago after criticizing Meghan Markle’s dress and make up saying it came short of her expectations.
Kenyans who would hear none of it trolled her telling her that her make up and code of dressing is what needed an upgrade given that she wears alot of make up, with most questioning if she has something to hide.
3. Size 8
Mama Wambo has also not been spared by trolls and on countless occassions. Her performance during a recent public holiday did not please many who termed it ‘poor’.
She has also been dragged for makeup gone wrong.
The soft spoken beauty has not been spared. During a New Years performance in Nakuru, she snatched a microphone from her colleague and the internet went in on her.
On different occasions cyber bullies have attacked her for not bearing a child, Kambua responded to her haters that it is not good to judge some one since you do not know what they are going through.
5. Cathy Kiuna
‘Mum’ as she is fondly known by her followers has not been spared from cyber bullying. Most noteably was when it was alleged she told girls not to marry poor men.
6. Nyota Ndogo
‘Kuna Watu Na Viatu ‘ songstress has been under attack for her poor make up during her wedding. the photos went viral and she blamed her photographer for using poor lighting.
Nyota always responds to trolls.
8. Dk Kwenye Beat
The Kayole talent has come under heavy criticism for his weight. Meme’s and jokes were made to get the message to him.
Even though Dk has not lost his weight, we sure hope he does at some point.
9. Jimmy Gait
Gospel artiste Jimmy came under the harsh attack of cyber bullies after releasing a mash up of ‘Hello’ by Adelle, which left many Kenyans with more questions than answers.
The bullying caused him to cry on air during a live Tv interview on the The Trend. Since that episode he says things have never really been the same.
10. Khaligraph Jones
He came under attack for people saying that he had ‘bleached’ his skin something he refuted completely.
He broke up with his girlfriend Cashy, and although he tried to keep it hush hush, we all found out.
So now that he is team single, Khaligraph Jones shared intimate details of the kind of woman ‘that does it for him’.
In a recent interview on Kiss FM, he shared that slay queens are a NO for him, admitting that they don’t do it for him.
“There are those basic qualities that you’d look for in a woman. For me as the OG, discipline, I’m not about to date a slay queen, so you have to know your limits and just have to be obedient coz I’m out here and I’m talking out of experience. You have to listen to me, I’ve been in the industry I know how these bloggers out here be acting up. So if I tell you not to do this or do that, you better listen to me,” he said.
He also shared that he won’t put his personal life in the public again after what happened to him and Cashy.
“At this point of the knowledge that I have as far as music goes, I ain’t talking about that. I learned my lesson. Going forward you will never know nothing aside from the music that I release, that is as far as it goes,” he explained.
So ladies if you had any plan of winning the OG’s attention, sahau mambo ya kuslay.
Gone are the days when being black was considered beauty, ladies nowadays regard having a lighter skin as the ultimate beauty goals. Video vixen-socialite Vera Sidika has been very vocal about it saying she spent millions on a medical procedure to ‘toa tint’.
While she has money to undergo surgery, others rely on creams found in Nairobi streets, which could be dangerous.
The results could take days, weeks, if not monthss depending on the quality of product you use. Socialite sand celebrity have been in the spotlight for doing it, but at the end of the day it is a personal choice.
It’s not just Kenyan women, but men are also doing it. Sometime back rapper Khaligraph Jones was the butt of peoples jokes after he was accused of skin bleaching. He was a guest on a TV station for an interview, and of course sharp Kenyans noticed his lighter complexion.
He dismissed the rumors, saying that his skin only looks lighter because he’s doing well in life including not being exposed to sun hence contributing to his color.
It turned out to be a stunt and he dropped his hit song by the name (Mask Off).
Controversial gospel artiste Alex Apoko popularly known as ringtone has come out and added his opinion on the bleaching debate. A local daily interviewed the star to get his views on the topic.
The singer says he thinks bleaching is a disgrace against the Most High.
‘If the bible says you were beautifully and wonderfully made, why should you go on bleaching or doing other forms of body modifications?Are you a car?’
He says it should be done only if there are healthy risks and on doctors advice and bleaching should not be entertained. Ringtone is proving to be a responsible member of the society,he has been speaking his mind and he even went into prayer and fasting for socialite Huddah Monroe to accept Jesus in her life.