Khaligraph claps back at "jealous" rappers following meeting with Deputy President
Rapper Khaligraph Jones has clapped back at fellow rappers Octopizzo, King Kaka and Noti Flow for calling musicians, who visited Deputy President over the weekend sellouts.
In an Instagram post, Khaligraph shared video of a man crying loudly and said; “Conversation between some of your favorite rappers right now. Machoss tu. #Respecttheogs Bana smh”
Last weekend, Ruto met a number of top creatives in the country to discuss their plight.
“At the request of our artists led by rapper @KHALIGRAPH (Brian Robert Ouko), I met members of the creative industry to discuss their concerns, receive suggestions & proposals on the current Covid-19 situation in the country. The artists raised issues of grave concern affecting them, offered to participate in flattening the outbreak’s curve and made suggestions on the best way forward that will help the Government, and the industry raise some income. Among the requests they made were to create a special government fund to support artists and persons of goodwill support to re-engineer the industry in the digital space to facilitate online music concerts and to assist the industry adapt to the new normal,” said the Deputy President.
However, a section of musicians felt they had been left out.
Rapper Octopizzo took to social media and posted. “So Covid imefanya wasanii wakue opportunists... ”
King Kaka replied to his Twitter post.
“Ha ha hata mimi nilidhani uko hapo. Kumbe wewe ni mtrue.”
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Noti Flow shared on her Insta stories, “For once Octosero has a point, how can people be so blind. We clearly know after the elections you’ll never see these people pretending to be with us now again. We need a lifetime solution, not some peanuts to silence us. We want something substantial like jobs for the youth. These artistes should stop being sellouts. So cheap, think of millions of people suffering underground and not just about yourselves. Selfish like the politicians. #theydontreallycareaboutus.”