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Khaligraph Fires Warning Shots to Haters As He Jets Back from US

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“This is not something I like doing on TV, but I am here doing an interview and scrolling through my phone, I see some people going online asking why I am behaving like this…asking if I am drunk. I don’t even drink…this industry is full of hate…,” said Khaligraph.

“We can’t move forward with this kind of attitude…DJ’s and producers who can’t play your music because they think otherwise about you.

“Before this (winning Afrimma), I used to think differently. I am not the same anymore. I can do a collabo with anybody…anybody,” he responded when asked if he was ready to do a collabo with Octopizzo, his perceived rap arch-rival.

Fans went ahead to ask him if he would record a song with Juacali and other rappers. In response he did his new free style song, whose lyrics suggested he was the new king of rap.


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