18 December 2017

Kenya: Miguna Meets Khaligraph and Netizens Can't Wait for the Collabo

Kenyans online are anticipating a new music collabo featuring controversial politician Miguna Miguna and rapper Khaligraph Jones, after the two were pictured shaking hands and smiling.

The picture was posted on Instagram by the rapper who is currently the biggest hip hop artiste in Kenya.

In the photo, Miguna is in a dark blue suit and brown shoes while the Mazishi hit maker is clad in black jeans and a t-shirt with a baseball cap worn backwards.

Khaligraph simply captioned the photo: "Respect the OGs."

RESPECT THE OGs

A post shared by Khaligraph jones (@khaligraph_jones) on Dec 17, 2017 at 3:46am PST

Predictably, the photo stirred up mixed reactions from netizens a majority of whom asked the two to go to the studio and record a collabo.

Zakabshir asked, "Mzeeiya hii Collabo ya Drain the swamp Ft OGs inatoka when."

J_tunechi said, "Mchape collabo mazee. Miguna be like: "puga, simpleton, a demagogue can't buogo me"."

Kizitibwire commented, "I like this image."

Collins_254 wrote, "Collabo na Miguna itaweza."

Its_derrick_oguna said, "Sasa si Julius Yego... . ni Miguna Miguna."

Oscah_lee said, "Haha you guys look alike."

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