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‘Stay On Your Lane Please, We Ain’t The Same Boy!’ Vera Sidika Throws Major Shade At Khaligraph Jones For Bleaching

Socialite Vera Sidika is the latest celebrity to weigh in on Khaligraph Jones alleged bleaching drama.

For some time now, the ‘Micasa Sucasa’ hit maker has been trending on the inter webs after some Kenyans notice that he looked lighter when he appeared on The Trend two weeks ago.

His nemesis Octopizzo made fun of Khaligraph few days after the rumors spread. He told him to look for him (Octopizzo) once he’s in back in the country so that they can talk.

Days later, Baba Yao, as he is popularly known, released a track dubbed ‘Toa Tint’ in which he said the Kibera-bred rapper ameisha fashion – without mincing his words.

In the song, which is currently trending at number 5 on YouTube, Khaligraph also said that fans can now call him Vera Sidika wa rap because of his new skin color.

However, this has not gone down well with the well-endowed socialite and she took to social media a few hours ago to give her two cents on the matter.

Vera blasted Khaligraph for bleaching his skin saying the procedure that he used was wrong because he still has some traces.

She went on to add that it’s absolutely wrong for men to bleach their skins and compared the act of skin lightening to applying make up, something she does not expect men to do either.

For clarification purposes, Vera told her fans that she had lightened her skin while Khaligraph has bleached. According to her these are two different things.

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Credits: Mpasho News

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