Khaligraph Jones ‘Toa Tint’ (Mask Off) Audio

(Last Updated On: May 11, 2017)
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Khaligraph Jones has been the talk of town recently after appearing on a TV interview looking ‘lighter’ than we are used to. The once dark skinned rapper from Kayole now looks like he has changed his skin tone. Khaligraph appeared on The Trend last Friday and when asked about his new look he attributed to the success that has come his way.

He claimed that he now takes clean water and drives his cars. When Ciru Muruiki pestered him with more questions he finally attributed his new look to some face scrubbing. The only weird fact about his looks is that he had only seemed to ‘bleach’ his face and not his hands.

There have been reactions from fans and other rappers. His number one enemy Octopizzo also commented on it claiming that it was a lame thing to do. Papa Jones has already responded to the shade that is coming his way. Jones recently released an audio that is bound to create even more controversy. The Yego hit maker has joined the wave that Mask Off originally done by Future to clap back at everyone trying to pull him down. He has used the beat on this song to create his own ‘Toa Tint’ version of it. The rhymes on the song talk of his new look and haters.

Khaligraph goes on to say in one of his lyrics on the song that he met Fally Ipupa on his trip to Dubai. The Congoleese singer told him to dye his hair and apply lighten his face a bit. You can have a listen to the rest of the audio here.

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