17 May 2018

Kenya: Khaligraph's Ex Miss Cashy Is Pregnant, but Who Is the Unborn Baby's Dad?

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Rapper Khaligraph Jones and his girlfriend Ms Cashy.

Rapper Khaligraph Jones' ex-girlfriend, Karimi Muriungi better known as Miss Cashy, is pregnant but neither of them is willing to disclose who the father of the unborn baby is.

When the question was put to Khaligraph during a recent interview, all he could say is "... as of now I am not in a position to talk about that for different reasons I am not going to mention."

However, he revealed that they are no longer an item disclosing that they haven't been together for some months now, since splitting after their 5-year relationship.

The two, who shook the airwaves with the hit Micasa Sucasa two years ago making them one of the trendiest couples in town, have chosen to remain silent on what led to their break up.

Khaligraph suggested in the interview, it could have been caused by his rise to stardom claiming there are a lot of things that happen behind the scenes of an artiste life. He went on to say that he will never again make his girlfriend public.

Each of them seems to have moved on with their respective lives. Recently, Miss Cashy shared her pregnancy photos on Instagram after she was treated to a baby shower by her friend at Pride Inn in Westlands.

She posted a series of pictures with one of the photos showing her in the midst of several male friends - all dressed in white shirts and blue jeans - and a pregnant female friend. Miss Cashy and the lady friend are also dressed in white.

"SHOWER!!! Episode 1. I'm overwhelmed!!!! With love!!! Literally bursting!!! An early surprise shower??!!WHAAAAAAT!!!!! These gentlemen have had my back so hard. And for soooo long, I cannot even express," Cashy wrote.


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