Khaligraph Jones amazes us with the stunts he pulls to get his music talked about. Even Miguna Miguna recognized the artist when they met at Wilson Airport. Was it a planned meet-up? No, he says. It was purely coincidental. He said about the encounter:
“Coincidentally I was at the airport. We had boarded the same flight. So we met. Ehh. Just before we boarded the plane. We greeted each other. Funny thing Is that he says he(Miguna) knows me, he knows my music, It was that simple. It was nothing political or anything.”
When we asked whether Miguna was a fan, he replied:
“It doesn’t matter. That is Miguna. As long as someone like that knows and respects the O.G, I don’t need him to be a fan.”
Miguna is proof that his elaborate stunts do work. What about his most recent and daring antic? What is that you ask? His stunt at the JamesonConnects where he came on stage in a coffin.
That gambit was probably the most talked about part of the whole concert. How did he get the idea? From who else? The Undertaker himself.
“It is always something that I have always wanted to do. I have been a big fan of the Undertaker(wrestling legend). It is a just a concept I picked from him. Cause I have been a fan ever since I was a kid. Getting on the stage with a casket. I can say it came from within but it was inspired by the Undertaker.”
So now you know how and where the “real O.G” got his ideas from.
The audio of him talking about Miguna and the coffin idea is below: