(Khaligraph photo courtesy)
Internationally recognised Kenyan rapper Brian Ouko Robert, popularly known by his stage name as Khaligraph Jones and often referred to as Papa Jones has opened up about one of the challenges he has gone through as an artist.
The rapper has posted on their Instagram page today recalling a time of his life when he nearly gave up on music. The 31-year-old rapper said that it was in 2012 where he was performing at St Pauls University in Limuru. The students booed him and then chased him off the stage like a burukenge.
Papa Jones also said that he had to run off stage to hide in the car where he contemplated on whether to give it all up and go home. In the comments section, many celebrities commended the post others appreciating his efforts for not giving up.
(Khaligraph Photo courtesy)
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