Khaligraph is using his unborn child as revenge against me - ex Cashy claims

They dated for 5 years.

Khaligraph Jonesex recently resurfaced with a song and a lot of tea in tow.

Miss Cashy who rose to fame thanks to her collabo with Khaligraph ‘Micasa Sucasa’ had a lot to say about her famous ex.

In an interview with a local radio station, the petite beauty shared some ugly secrets about her 5-year relationship with the rapper. She accused the rapper of leeching off her salary and the money would be put into his music. In addition to sponging off her salary, Cashy accused him of having sugar mamas who would try to fight her over him.

In addition, she disclosed that Khaligraph was deeply insecure and controlling and didn’t want her to go to work over the fear that men at work would ogle over her. Cashy also claimed that the rapper got physical with her and even sent her threats when they broke up.

Cashy then shook the table by claiming that Khaligraph has done a lot out of spite and his unborn baby is a panic baby because Cashy had her son.

“He did a song trying to invalidate me just because his ego is shattered. I am sorry bruuuh. And then ooh he’s making out with who and who, having panic babies because Cashy had her baby, ‘even me’ you know. And then he sends me text messages to tell me ‘utaona’ (you will see) Niatona nini? A child isn’t something you use as revenge it’s very deep to be a parent. A child is a life. You cannot use this as revenge against me. Just be mature about some things,” Cashy said on NRG radio.

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Miss Cashy also revealed that the rapper has done a lot of things to her out of spite.

“Like last year, you would see I had moved on with my life, and I was quiet but someone puts up pictures of women naked on his bed sitting on his back. I was with this person for five years, he was not doing that. Even you people seeing him on Instagram should wonder why he is doing it, it is spite. Something called spite,” said Cashy.

Watch the full interview below:

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