Khaligraph opens up on fatherhood and why he doesn't post his wife on social media

Khaligraph opens up on fatherhood and why he doesn't post his wife on social media

  • Khaligraph stated that being a first-time father was very exciting for him, but he soon realized that he needed to protect his children, particularly from social media trolls.
  • According to the ‘Mbona’ hitmaker, fatherhood has transformed him in such a manner that those who knew him previously can see a clear in him now.

Multiple award-winning Kenyan rapper Brian Ouko Omollo, popularly known as Khaligraph Jones, has opened up on how becoming a father changed him.

Speaking in an interview with YouTuber Presenter Ali, Khaligraph stated that being a first-time father was very exciting for him, but he soon realized that he needed to protect his children, particularly from social media trolls.

According to the ‘Mbona’ hitmaker, fatherhood has transformed him in such a manner that those who knew him previously can see a clear in him now.

"Fatherhood has opened my eyes, it has changed me as a man, and there are many things, and even when I first became a parent and when you compare me now, we are two different people, it's so different,” he stated.

“There is one place I would not want to subject my children to, especially for their own good. Being a first-time parent is exciting, but you quickly realize you need to protect your children, especially from the biggest trolls who happen to be on social media. I feel like that is my responsibility, so when you compare how I handle being a parent to how I started, it's completely different.”

The rapper professed adoration for his wife Georgina Muteti, saying that despite the difficulties that come with being a parent, he’s still a happy family man.

“I'm a happy married man, but fatherhood has its own obstacles, and God is assisting me in those challenges. I’m very happy, I love my wife, and we are living a good life. God is assisting us, and what little we have is sufficient for us,” he said.

He, on the other hand, addressed alleged criticism that has been directed his wat online for not including his wife on his social media posts.

“I'm a very private man, especially when it comes to family, and people are always asking why I don't post my wife, you can go look for her there if you need to see her, but you are not going to get that from Khaligraph because we know how the world is,” he said.

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