Kenya: I Never Said Khaligraph Jones is Gay – Ringtone

Controversial gospel singer Alex Apoko better known as Ringtone has denied that he called rapper Khaligraph Jones gay for bleaching.

According to the ‘Nomination’ singer, he only said that practices like gayism and bleaching are not so African.

This comes after a section of blogs ran headlines that he had called the ‘Micasa Sucasa’ rapper gay during an interview with a local tabloid.

In the interview, Ringtone said that: “To me there is no difference between kutoa tint ya khaligraph na khaligraph kuwa gay.”

But speaking to Pulse, Ringtone said his sentiments were not personal.

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“There is nothing personal about my statement that Khaligraph is introducing a new unacceptable culture into our industry,” said Ringtone.

“Bleaching or whatever you call it is not acceptable in Africa. Why would you enhance your look as a man?”

“I never said Khaligraph is gay as it is being alluded. I only said that practices like gayism and bleaching are not so African.

No wonder he has found himself fighting cheap wars with socialites about such issues. I think he has a problem and should simply turn to God,” Ringtone said.


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