Khaligraph Jones defiant over explicit song, sends message to 'haters'

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Kenyan hip hop star Khaligraph Jones has told of ‘haters’ who condemned his freestyle piece Stick over its explicit lyrics.

Despite pulling down the viral video that had him churning out explicit lyrics to TV girl Betty Kyallo, Khaligraph said that haters can square it off elsewhere.

The artist instead uploaded another video daring his critics.

Stick ni ile ile, wenye shida endeni mureport kwa polisi museme Khaligraph anawapeleka mbio hamjawai ona, haters tukutane comment section” he posted.

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A section of social media users were quick to pounce on the two,Khaligraph and Kyallo, denouncing the lyrics as too explicit and condemning the TV siren for being a bad role model to young girls.

However, a section of his fans approved the lyrics saying it is no different from explicit bongo music lyrics only that it was delivered in a more direct way.

The freestyle session took place in front of Khaligraph Jones's Range Rover in a parking lot and the TV girl’s availability for the shoot was quickly interpreted by netizens as ‘loving it through’.

It came at a time of bitter standoff between Kenya musicians and local media where the later have been accused of snubbing local content in favor of foreign ones.