Khaligraph Jones has been making headlines after he took to social media to write that he would like to take some radio presenters and media personalities to Nigeria so that they can know if they will be recognized by Nigerians.
I am planning on Bringing at least 10 big Kenyan media personalities/Radio presenters to Nigeria for a 10 day trip which I myself shall cater for,I want to see if some of y’all will be recognized by your Nigerian fans or if you even have fans at all here, it would be very sad if you don’t though 😂😂 🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬 #respecttheogs
His beef stems from the fact that he feels Kenyan media personalities prefer to play Nigerian and Tanzanian music as opposed to local.
This did not go well with many media personalities who took to social media to blast him, with some radio presenters stating that they have no power in choosing which songs are played on air.
Well, Papa Jones has finally responded to the whole, writing that he hopes the conversation lands everyone to a common ground that will see the problem solved.
“So am the Reason of a very Heated Conversation in Kenya, the good thing is that the conversation has started and hopefully it lands us to common ground that will see this problem solved, meanwhile Mans international now, 2019 no jokes, watch this space, You shall respecttheogs”
Khaligraph is in Nigeria working on a few songs with some of Nigeria’s greatest including Ice Prince Zamani. He’ll also shoot a music video with YCee.
In the just concluded Soundcity MVP awards 2019, Khaligraph lost to South Africa’s AKA in the Best Hip Hop category.
He went ahead and congratulated AKA for the well deserved win.
Congratulations to the big Hommie @akaworldwide for winning the MVP Best Hip Hop award, we Live to Win another day fam, to all those who voted for me thank you so much, lets keep the Ball rolling, Taking KE Hip Hop to heights that have never been witnessed before#respecttheogs