Khaligraph Jones has advised the youths to avoid any thing that might land them on the wrong side of the law.

The Tuma kitu hitmaker emphasized that as long as they are still living in ghetto one shouldn’t indulge in crime.

Speaking from experience the rapper regretted one time in his life that led him behind bars .

However, the rapper had revealed in the past that he was accused falsely of a crime he didn’t commit.

“Another day to remind you if you still in the ghetto avoid any situation that is gonna land you here ,2012 still feels like yesterday, uko Siezi Rudi Tena sababu ya ego ,Wacha ikae keep your head up ghetto youths ,” Khaligraph wrote on Instagram.

His advise comes in the wake of Ian Njoroge’s scenario, who was caught on camera assaulting a police officer.

The rapper who has actively created awareness on the disadvantages of crime amongst the youth never holds back any opportunity he gets to educate the youths .

The scenario in 2012 almost made him quit music, opening up in the past the rapper admitted that things were not rosy for him back in 2011 and 2012.

“Those experiences and my father’s death I gave up. On education I didn’t have the necessary qualifications. My plan was to go to Malindi and become a bouncer, just to look for a job hoping that maybe God will ways for me. My sister used to stay in Malindi with part of my family. I just wanted to go there, because music… I was just rapping and it was not working. I was also doing it out of passion, I was not waiting for it to pay me but nothing was working out in my life,” he said.

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