Africa’s best rapper Brian Omolo alias Khaligraph Jones and his girlfriend, Georgina Muteti are expecting their second child together.
Sharing the exciting news with his fans on social media, Khali posted an adorable picture of his heavily pregnant girlfriend with a teasing caption, “Omollo has been overworking in every field. The OG has to be Respected, Rada Safi, The Lwanda Magere Legacy.”
The couple’s pregnancy announcement comes about a week ago Khaligraph’s ex-girlfriend, Karimi Muriungi alias Cashy accused him of neglecting their ailing two-year-old-son.
Speaking during an interview Cashy said “I have been quietly handling the matter for almost a year now but it’s getting stalled more and more, yet the kid needs support.
After we broke up, I didn’t talk about the paternity of my child as I wanted to keep the matter private, because I felt the media would twist the story.
“I started actively following up on the matter after delivering and graduating- I sent him a demand letter. He knew (the baby is his) because we were together when I was pregnant. He’s been asking for the baby’s pictures, talking to my parents but does nothing for our child.
Meanwhile, he’s trying to paint this picture that he’s a good dad on social media yet he’s not taking care of our son at all. Because of this culture of blocking my number and speaking to me when he feels like, I opted to seek justice for our son through the legal system.”
The award-winning rapper was recently nominated for the highly coveted Black Entertainment Television network (BET) Awards 2020.
Speaking during a previous interview with a local station, the Tuma Kitu crooner revealed that he was not aware of his nomination until one of his fans tagged him on the post.
“I checked and realized it’s true. With the time and effort I have been putting, such results are expected. I am always very optimistic in most of my songs, I talk of God’s miracles that might happen in the future,” he said.
Grateful and honoured for the nomination, Khaligraph thanked his fans for their continued support writing, “To everybody who is asking how they can vote, unfortunately, you can’t.
The winner will be picked based on the amount of work they have been putting in. We are optimistic because honestly, I don’t see anyone who has outworked me on the list but no matter the outcome. We are generally happy because East African Hip Hop is starting to get the shine it deserves, Kenyan Hip Hop to the world. The OG shall be respected.”