Days after being involved in an indignant conversation with socialite Vera Sidika. Milele FM presenter Ankali Ray has once again faced the wrath of another Kenyan celebrity amid his "Uhondo Wa Milele" Show. Apparently, the radio presenter reached out to Khaligraph Jones as he tried to dig into deadbeat allegations fronted against him by one Cashy Karimi.
According to Kashi, she had sired a child with the musician who is apparently not taking his paternal responsibilities. Well, as Ankali tried to pursue the deadbeat story; the presenter was met by astound after a bitter exchange erupted between him and Khaligraph Jones. Apparently, the rapper utterly turned down the presenter as he urged him to be relevant in his work.
"Itisha ma interview za maana na uache maswali za kifala buda. Umeskia!" Khaligraph roared.
Nevertheless, the "Sifu Bwana" hit maker immediately ended the on air call as he left Ankali unanswered. Well, this is actually the fourth time Ankali is having an on air altercation with celebrities; alongside Vera Sidika and Khaligraph, he had also been devoured by rapper Octopizzo and musician Arrow Boy few months ago.
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