Khaligragh had gone to shoot the video in Kajiado county where he was nabbed by a group of armed bandits.
According to Abel Mutua, who is working with Khaligraph Jones for his next feature film, the rapper was doing a video shoot when the incident happened.
OG was set for an ambush by a local person who claimed he could help them to scout a nice house for his upcoming music video. "Recently the bandits did OG dirty, some local took them to a local house where they could shoot the music video. During the shoot, they spotted several boda bodas heading towards their location. The bandits arrived and shut down the video and demanded Ksh 300,000 as fees for trespassing, " Abel narrated.
He added that another bandit had claimed Ksh 300,000 claiming that Khaligraph's crew passed through his land. After a whole day of negotiations, the bandits accepted Ksh 20,000 and allowed the team to continue shooting the video.
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The video shoot that was meant to start at 8 am ended up starting at 3p.m Abel Mutua and Khaligraph Jones are working on a new film following the reunity of the former Tahidi High stars namely Dennis Mugo and producer Philip Karanja.
They are shooting a crime drama movie based on a true story. Netizens can't wait to see Khaligraph's contribution to this shoot. The movie's working title is "Click Click Bang" and it is based on the story of Kevin- Abel's childhood friend- who is now a promising footballer but got involved in crime.Based on this article, what do you suggest about Khaligraph Jones's ambushment by the bandits over alleged tresspass? Feel free to share with me your views concerning this in the comments section below and follow me for amazing articles.
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