The OG has done it again, only that this time it has nothing to do with his music, but an addition to the family. Yes, you read that right. Kenya's finest rapper Khaligraph's Jones and wife Georgina Muteti are currently expecting a second born. They already have a daughter and while he may not have reveled any information on the gender of the unborn, we may know soon, that is if they decide to share.
Khaligraph took to his Instagram stories to share the great news and this will be his third child, because he already shares a son with his ex-girlfriend rapper Cashy.
A few weeks ago, Cashy decided to expose Khaligraph's deadbeat behavior, calling him out in public to cater for his son's health insurance. She went ahead to rant that she has been taking care of their son, Xolani, mostly on her own with Khaligraph doing bare minimum. It's unclear if they have since ironed out their differences.
Back to Khaligraph's wife pregnancy news, netizens have shared varied opinions on the matter, and some are as usual, hilarious. Below are some of the reactions:
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