Renowned Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones recently shared an update where he opened up about his humble beginnings in one of Nairobi’s densely populated Eastlands estates, specifically Pipeline Estate.
Reflecting on his past, he disclosed that a life-threatening incident compelled him to leave the estate.
The estate lacks sufficient infrastructure and social amenities due to the overcrowding of apartment buildings on limited land.
Panya zinatoshana na Farasi uko karibu nianguke kwa stairs nikufe in 2013, zilinitoa mbio mbayaKhaligraph
Through his unwavering dedication and consistent efforts, Khaligraph Jones has not only gained the admiration of his fans but also earned their respect and unwavering support.
Khaligraph is always open about his humble beginnings.
The perception people have is that I come from a very well-off background-but that’s not the case,
I officially got onto the stage as Khaligraph Jones in 2008 at a function called (WAP) Words And Pictures.
That’s where I launched my career as a rapper and I was no longer doing gospel musicHe has said in a previous interview with TheStar Newspaper