Award-winning rapper Khaligraph Jones has offered to give free security services to his fellow artiste King Kaka, who claims his life is in danger.
King Kaka went to DCI headquarters along Kiambu Road to record a statement after he was summoned by DCI following his Wajinga Nyinyi hit that ignited mixed reactions among Kenyans.
This came barely 48 hours after Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru threatened to sue him over the song.
Well, Khaligraph Jones promised to protect King Kaka for the next two weeks. The Mazishi hitmaker was not available to escort King Kaka to DCI headquarters and in a post he wrote,
@thekingkaka Gathee Naona Ushapata support from lawyers, Human rights Activists, keyboard warriors, Politicians etc imebaki tu security, sai Niko gym, Ntakuchunga 24hrs for the Next 2 weeks for free, Just let me know when you Need me for that. #respecttheogs
The Wajinga Nyinyi singer responded to Khaligraph saying,
@khaligraph_jones niliona Ata nilipe registration ya Gym kesho but kama Uko huko already Tuko Sawa, ntakuwa naimba kwa Streets tu ‘Mi siogopi🎼🎼🎼🎹.
Reactions from Kenyans include;
moonguy Huskii mngekuwa mmeshikana hivi tangu tene tungekuwa Farther than we are.👊🏾👊🏾
the_chris3in @khaligraph_jones uyu gathee anapelekwa mbio ivo juu ya kupenda kukoonda..mwambie ashone kiasiiii
princenewton_ That’s why I will forever Respect You👌OG acts like an OG♥️🤞.