Cashy Karimi wins custody battle against her baby daddy Khaligraph who had filed for custody

Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones (right) with his ex-girlfriend Ms Cashy. PHOTO | COURTESY

Rapper Khaligraph Jones’ baby mama Karimi Muriungi popularly known as Cashy Karimi has celebrated on social media after winning a legal battle with the singer over custody of their kid.

When the court ruled in Cashy’s favor, she was unable to contain her delight. Khaligraph had dragged Cashy to court over the custody of their son Xolani.

“The weapons that formed against us did not prosper. The whole year they tried to take my baby from me, but God has delivered justice for Xolani when it seemed impossible. They tried to deny his presence and his rights, but God is faithful,” Cashy wrote on Friday, November 18, 2022.

“They dismissed, discouraged, threatened, insulted and labelled me. Did the most to humiliate and intimidate me but who is God?

“It cost me work opportunities, music, friendships and relationships, time, weight and nearly my sanity because I believed from the start my boy deserves love and care. God has proven him worth it and humbled the big man in court. A true testimony. God is faithful,” Cashy added.

She credited God with the victory, lamenting how the case had harmed her mental health and caused her to lose work opportunities, friends, and relationships.

Cashy has accused the rapper of being a deadbeat dad on multiple occasions, claiming that he not only fails to provide for his son but also has no idea where he lives or what he eats.


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