Celebrated Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has once again reigned the Kenyan airwaves with his new song dubbed "Mbona." Alongside the exemplary rhythm registered in the song, Kenyans have also been amused by how Khaligraph spiced up the song by mentioning some of the popular online controversies. One particular sensation who was highlighted by Khaligraph is one Pritty Vishy who has always stirred the internet with her various antics.
"...Pritty Vishy has really blown up, confidence ya madem wa ghetto has really gone up. Dowry ya Mita Mbili Mi Nitoe! Ikifikia hapo I'd rather remain alone." The lyrics stated.
Apparently, Pritty Vishy had earlier on declared that she will only settle with a man who will offer her Ksh.2 million dowry; a matter which Khaligraph captured on his new song. Reacting to the mention, Pritty Vishy could not hide her elation as she immediately responded the legendary rapper. Speaking through her Instagram story, the online sensation stated the following;
"Khaligraph eeish unachoma...but atleast umeniita."
Watch the video below.
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