6 December 2017

Kenya: Here's the Rib-Tickling Khaligraph #CoffinChallenge

A picture of a man mimicking rapper Khaligraph Jones' grand entrance in a coffin at the Jameson Connect concert last weekend has left Kenyans online in stitches.

Khaligraph pulled the stunt that left the audience in awe after 'pallbearers' dressed in black carried him on stage in a white coffin.

The controversial rapper then proceeded to perform his hit song Mazishi.

The reenactment of Khaligpah's stunt is however a hilarious mimicry featuring a man dressed in black emerging from a metallic suitcase holding what looks like a large serving spoon instead of a microphone.

Here's what Kenyans on Twitter had to say about the #KhaligraphChallenge:

Want to be a Kenyan after this life 😂😂😂😂😂#khaligraphchallenge pic.twitter.com/Dj2GyRHBaw

-- #Whisperer (@rasat_) December 5, 2017

This is funny ... Kenyans will kill me one day #khaligraphchallenge pic.twitter.com/gGQam9wMTb

-- Amos kimeu (@ItsAmosKimeu) December 5, 2017

Kenyans though 😂🤣🤣 #KhaligraphChallenge pic.twitter.com/JkMGXKMdwk

-- Smik The Deejay® (@dj_smik) December 5, 2017

Watajua ni mazishiii na vijiko... . ahaaa The #KhaligraphChallenge is on now on Twitter. @khaligraph Crazy Crazy Kenyans aki 😂😂😂😂😂😂 @MpashoNews @iamenoq @DruMuthure pic.twitter.com/BhdhSF4rOM

-- Joyce (@joycengwenyi) December 5, 2017

The #KhaligraphChallenge is on now on Twitter. @khaligraph Crazy Crazy Kenyans aki 😂😂😂😂😂😂 #NTVToday pic.twitter.com/MkanOUOy0F

-- Joyce (@joycengwenyi) December 5, 2017

Others users also took up the challenge:

#khaligraphchallenge @Saphat98 @Toxikmusesi @wamae_george @citizentvkenya @LarryMadowo

😂😂😂😂 Mafans hatuwezi wachwa nyuma pic.twitter.com/x2DYFIdQsM

-- Fisiotherapist (@Mjaka_mblacky) December 5, 2017

Kenyans bring the photos now hahaa OGs #KhaligraphChallenge pic.twitter.com/BpvK3aeH47

-- MR TUVIBE (@iamenoq) December 5, 2017


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