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Khaligraph Weighs In on Peter Blessing, Bahati beef


Rapper Brian Ouko Omollo popularly known as Khaligraph Jones has weighed in on the beef between gospel artistes Peter Blessing and Bahati.

Bahati had taken Blessing to court for acquiring Ksh. 2 million under false pretense. Blessing was released on a Ksh.200 thousand bail.

Khaligraph is now calling on the two artistes to sit down and solve the issue out of court.

“Snitches are people who go to the police. Artists going to the police haiwezi they should sit down talk and solve their issues. That is also my advice to Bahati. He should sit Peter Blessing down and talk. Police stations should be a last resort. I have been arrested before and i know that it is not a good thing, instead of going through the trouble of court let them talk. That guy is broke and has no money so why oppress him, that is a joke. Khaligraph said

This comes at a time when Khaligraph himself is facing criticism on social media for failing to include Ethic’s Rekless in his new jam dubbed ‘Yes Bana’

Netizens were angered by his decision to exclude Ethic Entertainment’s Rekless, as he was the first to introduce the phrase, Yes Bana during Khaligraph’s Khali Kartel 3.

Netizens now claim that it was an act of creativity theft on Khaligraph’s side. The rapper featured Sauti Sol’s Bien Baraza who received great praise for his verse.