Musician Cashy has lifted the lid on her “ugly” 5-year relationship with Khaligraph Jones, claiming their affair was marred by violence, consequently pushing her into dumping the rapper.
Cashy — in a recent interview with NRG Radio –, accused Khaligraph of being a “control freak”, “who only cares about himself, and does not treat those around him with respect – including his family”.
Cashy, a mother-of-one, says her relationship with Khaligraph was akin to hell disguised as love.
“He asked me not to go to school or work. At some point, he stopped me from talking to my friends and family,” said Cashy.
The musician says Khaligraph argued that it was a man’s duty to work and fend for his partner, who, should in turn, stay at home.
Cashy claims the “Mazishi” star even dictated what she said during media interviews.
“I remember in early 2017, you [host Mwalimu Rachel] called me for an interview. Khaligraph ordered me not to talk about certain topics. He was like: ‘You can’t say this or that’. I was controlled, too much,” said Cashy.
“He stopped me from performing and going for concerts. He only wanted me to make music. We would be called for shows, but he would never allow me to go and perform with him. Despite the shows being christened ‘Micasa’, he would, instead, call a random girl to sing my part,” said Cashy.
Cashy says that Khaligraph, whom he blocked on phone, has been reaching out in a bid to threaten her.
“I have reported all the threats to the relevant authorities,” said Cashy.
“I am at a good place now. That is why I am not afraid of talking about what I went through despite all the threats,” said Cashy.
Referring to musician R. Kelly’s many sexual assault allegations, Cashy said she would not want to come out 20 years later after several affected women would have spoken out against the artiste.
“I would rather speak out now; and let anyone who wants to be with him know what I went through. Let them know what they are getting themselves into, and make their own decisions. I don’t want it to be like the R. Kelly incident,” said Cashy.
Cashy further claimed Khaligraph had sugar mummies, who were financing his music career.
“Those [elderly] women were ever-prepared to fight me,” she said.
Cashy says she does not want to be linked to Khaligraph, whatsoever.
EDAILY reached Khaligraph to respond to Cashy’s damning allegations.
“I don’t want to talk about that Cashy issue. Instead, watch my new music video on YouTube,” he said before hanging up.
Khaligraph’s new song – Beat It – speaks about a young woman, who cheated on him with a financially-loaded sugar daddy.