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Khaligraph Jones opens about being discriminated

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The OG, Khaligraph Jones has opened up about being discriminated in Nairobi at a time when the world is calling for an end to racism.

According to Khaligraph Kenyans should not only discus about racism but also about apartments in the city that are only owned by Indians.

The Mazishi hit maker reveals his encounter when he was denied entry to view some apartment in Nairobi that he was interested with.

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Upon reaching the gate, he was blocked from entering and told openly the he was uninvited as he was not an Indian.

“Last year I went to Langata to inquire about some Nice houses I had seen on the Internet, after getting there we were prevented from Entering the Estate cause we were told we aren’t Indians, apparently only Indians can own property in That Area.”

Nazizi seconded Khaligraph Jones saying that they allow only vegetarians in the area but even if you are a vegetarian, you will still not be allowed as long as you are black.

“”And this has been happening for such a looong time ! They say vegetarians only.. and even if ure vegetarian as long as u black hupati house.”

Others also noted some areas in Nairobi where such behaviours are in existence including Parklands.

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