• Khaligraph Jones has been sharing the progress of his mansion that is currently under construction.
• Khaligraph said he will move into his house even when it’s not complete.
Rapper Khaligraph Jones has been sharing the progress of his mansion that is currently under construction.
In a recent Live session, Khaligraph told fellow artistes to get a piece of land somewhere when their careers are still prime.
Khaligraph said he will move into his house even when it’s not complete.
"Ntaingia huko ndani ata kama haina dirisha. Ata kama haina plaster ntaingia," Khaligraph said.
He urged musicians to build their own houses even if it’s made of iron sheets, insisting there will be no pressure for paying rent.
"Ata kama ni nyumba ya mabati unakaa huko bila pressure," he said.
Khaligraph further cautioned musicians against looking for properties in posh estates.
The rapper urged artistes to start small.
"Wacha kufikiria ukipata pesa ununue kiwanja Nairobi. You will not afford. You will never get that money to purchase kiwanja Karen unless you are Ringtone. Kiwanja utanunua huko mbali na huko ndo utajenga," he said.
“Kama mimi sasa nijidanganye I will get 50 million to purchase half an acre in Karen. Bro I will live in poverty."
A few months ago, Khaligraph said he was building a home to show other musicians that it's good to invest.
"Things can change, but if you have a place to call home where you don't pay rent, it's safe for the family."