Khaligraph Jones Expresses Disappointment After Failed Interview Attempt With Rick Ross

Kenyan hip-hop artist Khaligraph Jones has expressed profound disappointment after a highly anticipated Instagram Live interview with American rap mogul Rick Ross was thwarted due to what he alleges as sabotage.

In an Instagram post on March 19th, Jones, whose real name is Brian Ouko, shared his frustrations with his followers. In the post, he revealed that he was denied access to go live with Rick Ross, citing reports made against his account.

“Today, I have experienced the most intense, highest level of jealousy you guys know today. Khaligraph was supposed to go live with the boss. But unfortunately, that ain’t happening because apparently some people ganged up against me and they went and reported my account.”

The Kenyan rapper, known for his lyrical prowess and unapologetic style, didn’t mince words in expressing his disappointment. He accused unnamed parties of attempting to undermine his efforts, suggesting that they deliberately targeted his account to disrupt the interview.

Jones went on to apologize to his fans who had eagerly awaited the anticipated interaction, expressing regret that circumstances beyond his control had led to its cancellation. Despite his frustration, he remained resolute, vowing to persevere and attempt such endeavors again in the future.

He addressed those he perceived as responsible for the interference, calling them “envious, jealous, cold-hearted, pathetic people.” 

Despite this setback, Jones maintained gratitude toward his supporters and thanked Rick Ross and others involved in arranging the interview.

Interestingly, Rick Ross also showed support for Jones noting that he intends to rearrange the interview.