Khaligraph Jones says they must apologize. “Wacha nirudi Kenya we deal with this nonsense, you have to respect the OG.”
Khaligraph Jones, the renowned Kenyan rapper, has expressed his dissatisfaction with two Kiss 100 FM presenters, Chito and Kwambox. He has accused them of spreading false information for the sake of generating clicks and attention, and he is not taking it lightly. In a stern message, Khaligraph has demanded an apology for what he perceives as lies being propagated on the popular radio station.
In a no-holds-barred statement, Khaligraph Jones addressed Chito and Kwambox, accusing them of harboring ill feelings towards him and sharing false information about him on Kiss 100 FM, which has not gone unnoticed by the rapper.
Khaligraph pointed out that they failed to mention his successful London show, a significant achievement in his career. He expressed disappointment that the presenters seemed to focus on untruths instead of acknowledging his accomplishments.
Khaligraph Jones went further to state that he felt disrespected by the actions of the Kiss 100 FM presenters. He used the term “mumeniboo kabisaa,” which implies a high level of irritation and annoyance.
He has made it clear that he intends to return to Kenya to address what he perceives as nonsense and false information being spread about him. Khaligraph is adamant that the presenters need to show respect to him, as he is often referred to as the “OG”.
While it remains to be seen how this situation will unfold, Khaligraph Jones’s warning to the Kiss 100 FM presenters has been received by the radio station and have invited him to speak about it when he returns.
Khaligraph Jones recently set the hip-hop world abuzz with his bold declaration of supremacy over Tanzanian rappers.
In a move that sent shockwaves through the East African music scene, the fierce rapper took to social media to assert his rap prowess, going as far as inviting Tanzanian emcees to engage in a showdown to settle the matter once and for all.