Khaligraph and Kalenjin rapper Msupa S who can spit harder than Beyonce release collabo


Sensational rapper Msupa S, who left Kenyans on their knees gasping for air with laughter after claiming she can rapper better than Jay Z’ wife Beyonce, has finally gotten a chance to back her word.

And it’s true, she can rap. Even in Kalenjin.

The young rapper has teamed up with Khaligraph Jones for their latest collabo called “Watajua Hawajui” which is one song Kenyans are really anticipating for. Jones might release the song today.

Better than Bee

Msupa rose to fame in 2018 after posting a rendition of popular American hit, “All The Way Up” on YouTube. She became an internet sensation after claiming that she can rap better than Beyonce on the Trend with Amina.

The full version of the song has not yet been released but from the look of things, it will be a hit as fans are already loving Msupa S’ lines in the song.

Watch the few teasers Khali has shared online

MSUPA S x OG, should we drop it Today?#respecttheogs

Posted by Brian Ouko Omollo on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

in Entertainment


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Now, for the old-timers out there — sure, we know back in the day some grads created clever messages out of masking tape on top of their caps. However, these are a generation or two beyond, the more elaborate, the better; and the more clever the pop-culture reference, the best.

This year's crop of caps paid tribute to such musical stars as Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Cardi B:

But not just the ladies were represented. Former One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles and Chance the Rapper made appearances as well!

@chancetherapper aside from your awesome music, you have been an inspiration and role model to me with what you do to help the youth and your people. Here is the final product of my graduation cap for my graduation ceremony! Thank you

— Alan Ordaz (@vlvn7) May 20, 2018

And, hey, there were a few choice song lyrics that allegedly made it out onto the graduation field, too — including at least one that made the whole family happy.

My parents don't know I quoted Drake on my graduation cap bc it said “God's plan” so they just think I'm a good Christian lolll

— NOS (@souled__) May 16, 2018

Meanwhile, some other students decided to pay homage to the various TV series that helped them unwind during stressful finals weeks (or, perhaps, kept them from studying as much as they should!):

Still others decided to dedicate their caps to actors who have made a difference in their lives (and, in the case of Mindy Kaling at least, some actors took notice back).

Yes, we've certainly come a long way from putting our boyfriends'/girlfriends' initials on the board with a few strips of tape.

Here's to all the graduates out there: Congratulations to the class of 2018!

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