Rapper Brian Ouko, alias Khaligraph Jones has disclosed that his mother was affected by Azimio la Umoja flag bearer, Raila Odinga’s loss in the August 9 polls.
In his latest rap song, the rapper also explained how his mother reacted to the Supreme Court ruling upholding President-elelct William Ruto’s win.
Khaligraph said his mother was badly affected by the apex court verdict to the point that he could not talk to him.
He said she refused to pick his calls and only sent a text message sating she was sick.
“My mama has been grieving I called her hakupick then she texted me and told me ‘son am hell sick’. I told her why mama ain’t no reason to be sick Baba is fine and that’s another reason to be glad
“But I couldn’t blame her, she fine for her survival ju siasa hapa Kenya huanga tribal,” Khaligraph said.
As such, the rapper father of four pleaded with Ruto to protect Raila against trolls, especially on social media.
“Tuprotectie huyu mzae usiache akemewe ju tunampenda venye tunakupenda hatutaki kuona akikemewa na watu
“Wewe unajua ni nini amefanya, sisi tunajua ni nini amefanya. So tuprotectie huyu mzae. Thank you so much, congratulations,” Khaligraph added.
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As earlier reported on GOTTA.news, Cashy recently called out Khaligraph for allegedly not providing for his son.
In a Twitter post, Cashy called out Khaligraph for ignoring her calls when their baby is sick and has no medical insurance.
She disclosed that she served Khaligraph with a demand letter but he did not respond.
“He is, and by all means his son as well. I have taken him to hospital, since conception he is now 2. and paid cash, with receipts that have been presented before my lawyers and his. Parents share equal responsibility, but even the law knows a child is where showbiz draws the line,” she wrote.
Cashy also accused the rapper of being a negligent, maintaining that her son’s life matters the most.
“Niko nayo, yes. But hapatikani… my son is sick. In a Pandemic, and he is being negligent, despite my efforts to engage amicably. My child’s rights mean more than theatrics and showbiz,” she asserted.
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