Ngori hit maker Khaligraph Jones has recently launched a diss track that has been aimed at multiple Kenyan celebrities.
The rapper also seemed to take aim at popular Socialite Huddah, who has been accused for doing some controversial things in Dubai in order to get paid.
Some Kenyan females have been accused of reportedly allowing their bodies to be used as toilets by Dubai men.
The rapper revealed that he was astonished by the reports but added that he would not criticize anyone's hustle.
His diss towards Kiss100 radio presenter Oga Obinna and the Trend Host Amina Abdi was however more straightforward. According to the rapper, Obinna's job at Kiss100 had made him have an ego since he had started earning some money.
The rapper revealed that Obinna biggest source of happiness was having to look at Kamene's hips everyday.
The rapper also hit out at Amina Abdi for refusing to pick his calls and only agreeing after he had released a new song. "Obinna was hired he's working for Kiss100."
"His ego is high you can tell he is rich but probably the best part of this is he is getting unlimited access to Kamene's hips." The rapper said.
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