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Khaligraph Jones Faces Backlash In His Bid To Ship Home A Rolls-Royce

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Award winning Kenyan hip hop Star Khaligraph Jones has received a backlash after he announced his plans to ship a Rolls-Royce to Kenya.

The rapper who is currently in Kenya stated that he is planning to give out the Rolls-Royce for free to artists shooting videos.

The post however did not go down well with a section of his followers who described him as a Kenyan with fake dreams.

“Pull up and Niggas Running for Cover. KWANI NI KESHOOO.. #RESPECTTHEOGS hii ntawaletea Kenya Wasanii niwapeange bure Mushoot nayo videos.. #RESPECTTHEOGS” Posted the Mazishi rapper on his Instagram while posing with the sleek whip.

Soon the comments section started filling up with trolls as some thought the car was way above his reach considering its market price.

“Kenyan with fake dreams why take a photo on a display machine… to give others heart attack?” wrote qxysslah-chief.

 “Ulienda majuu kupose na magari za wenyewe” hit sidney – njuguna00.

Not taking the negativity lightly Khaligraph also fired back @sidney-njuguna00  yessir, We endelea Kupose na Embassava Pole pole.

Despite the negative energy that was being thrown his way, some showed immense support to the hip hop Star for his strides.

 “Am seeing something good coming… our Kenyan Drake… @khaligraph-jones🔥” wrote joseluckyt.

 “😂😂😂 Lanes Gathee, Enyewe kwani ni Kesho #respecttheogs,” wrote denisketone.

The high flying Kenyan rap star jetted in the US recently in which he performed on Sunday at Dallas during the memorial weekend.

From then on, he has been sharing photos of himself while at different locations enjoying his moment.

Will the OG ship the Rolls-Royce as he claims or it’s just a publicity stunt? Only time will tell.

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