Khaligraph Jones
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Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones' much-anticipated Instagram Live session with US rap heavyweight Rick Ross did not come to fruition as expected.

Reason? A frustrated Khaligraph accused some of his fans of jealousy and envy, claiming that they reported his account for an unknown reason, resulting in the cancellation of the planned session.

"Today I experienced the most intense highest level of jealousy," Khaligraph vented on Instagram.


"You guys know today Khaligraph was supposed to go live with the boss but unfortunately that sh*t ain’t happening because apparently some people ganged up against me and they went and reported my account so I’m trying to go live but I’m not getting access to go live."

Apologizing to his disappointed fans eagerly awaiting the live session, Khaligraph insisted that the situation was beyond his control and assured them that the planned Instagram Live session with Rick Ross would happen on a later date.

"To all the fans who were actually waiting for this, I’m sorry, it’s out of my control, I can’t contain the situation," Khaligraph explained.


"They did what they did juu we always pushed the envelope to the next level and the niggas always try to downplay our efforts and now it’s come to a point where they’re even going to report the accounts so we can’t go live…next time we do it again".

Despite the setback, Khaligraph remains optimistic about future collaborations and projects.

This comes at a time when the American Hip Hop musician has been on a roll with his lives recently collaborating with Diamond Platnumz and Hamisa Mobetto.

In the chat with Diamond, he revealed plans for a new album, promising fans an unexpected sound. “I’m in the studio right now, I’m about to make them hits,” he revealed. “I want to make sure that this time I give you guys something that’s going to make you all proud.”

Shortly after chatting with Diamond, rapper Rick Ross appeared on Instagram Live with Hamisa and captivated netizens with their interaction.

During the video call on March 16, the two exchanged compliments, with Rick expressing his interest in possibly visiting Tanzania.

Rick is also preparing to release his highly anticipated solo album ‘Champagne Moments’ and explores new musical ventures bridging the American hip-hop scene with the vibrant sounds of Africa.