Khaligraph’s beautiful daughter Amali Jones Ouko turns One

Kenya’s undisputed best rapper Khaligraph Jones is celebrating as his daughter turns one year old today.
This wonderful news was shared by Khaligraph’ wife Georgina Muteti on her Instagram.
She was very excited about her daughter growing up and referred to her as ‘The Freaking Og’.
Georgina emotionally thanked God for keeping her daughter safe and free from diseases.
She was also very greatful to her rapper husband Khaligraph for always protecting his family, providing for their financial needs and supporting them emotionally.
Muteti further went on thanking Amali’s grandmother and her siblings who helped her in raising her young daughter when things were not easy.
” Me ata sijui, just thank you God. We made it to one year. You gave me a whole purpose in this life.Thank God for keeping you safe, for no sicknesses and keeping you healthy.
Thank your father for always being there financially, emotionally and physically!Thank my mom for just being there and the best.Thank my siblings for loving you unconditionally.Thank everyone who raised you together with me.My sweet Mamalina looks like we made it.Happy Birthday Amali J Ouko.The freaking OG!”
Georgina commemorated her sweet daughter’s birthday on her timeline.
Georgina and Khaligraph met and started dating back on 2018. One year later, Georgina was spotted out heavily pregnant with child.
Georgina and Khaligraph are famous for keeping their relationship out of the public eye.
Muteti is also known to get very feisty if anyone tries to attack her family.
When her baby Amali was only a month old, a netizen tried to criticize the colour of her clothes to which Georgina harshly responded, 
‘Y’all gotta start minding your business . Ati why do I dress my child in blue clothes! First of all, she is my daughter and she finna wear what I want her to wear! Two, she will wear every colour ever invented. Three, who said blue should only be for boys.” 
The ‘hao’ hit maker had previously dated fellow rapper Miss Cashy for five years.