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Kenyan Rapper Wife, Georgina Muteti Explains Why Her Baby Bump Is Huge

Khaligraph Jones’s wife, Georgina Muteti has refuted claims that she is expecting twins.  Georgina noted that her baby bump is indeed a lot bigger than when she was pregnant with her daughter.

“Please, I’m not having twins, I can confirm that for sure going by the ultrasound I been having, I get my bump is huge,” she wrote.

Georgina went attributed her big bump to her husband’s heavy build, stating that it is normal for her child to be as big.

“Look at how large the father is, y’all really thought I was gonna have a bump the size of a tennis ball?” she continued.

The famous rapper was the first to share the exciting news with his fans on social writing, “Omollo has been overworking in every field.”

In June, the couple took their respective social media pages to thank God for their daughter, Amali Ouko as she turned one year. In Georgina’s post, the happy mother thanked everyone that played a role in helping her bring up her child, not forgetting Khaligraph.

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“You gave me a whole purpose in this life and just thank you. Thank God for keeping you safe, thank God for no sicknesses, for being keeping you healthy. Thank your father (Khaligraph) for always being there financially, emotionally, and physically. Thank my mum for just being there and the best. Thank my siblings for loving you unconditionally. Thank everyone who raised you together with me,” she wrote.

The OG, however, kept the celebration simple with an adorable picture of baby Amali and fire emojis. Georgina and Khaligraph met a few years after the famous rapper and his ex-girlfriend Karimi Muriungi alias Cashy went their separate ways after five years of dating.  She’s since accused the singer of being a deadbeat dad.

 

 

 

 

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