President Uhuru Kenyatta has today decided to lift the curfew which has been in place for over one year. This is after many people called him to do so because they have received vaccines.
Some of the people who have celebrated this directive are musicians, this is because most of them make their money through hosting shows at night.
What has surprised many people is how Khaligraph Jones' baby mama decided to celebrate.she has written a post on her Instagram stories that depict the rapper has not been paying child support.
"I am actually happy the curfew has been lifted because artists can go back to earning from night gigs. In fact help me pray for an overflow of event so that your fav rapper will have zero reasons to claim he can't afford child maintenance. It's been so bad Bana." She wrote.
The rapper and Cashy have a three year old son together who was born in 2018 while they were dating.
Khaligraph is now married to his Mzungu girlfriend and they have a baby girl together. I hope things will be better for him so that he can provide for all his children
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