Rapper Khaligraph Jones sued his estranged baby mama Karimi Muriungi alias Cashy but he surprisingly lost the case as the court ruled in favour of the defendant.
Khaligraph and Cashy were locked in an ugly battle over the custody of their son Xolani for a long time.
Cashy took to social media on Friday, November 18, 2022, to celebrate her victory in court against Khaligraph.
"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.
"They dismissed, discouraged, threatened, insulted and labelled me. Didi the most to humiliate and intimidate me but who is God?" She added.
Cashy further lamented that the case Khalkigraph filed against her cost her work opportunities, friendships, and relationships and nearly made her go mad.
She is however happy that the court ruling 'humbled' Khaligraph.
"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 wrote.
Cashy was dragged to court after going public with the challenges she had been going through raising her son Xolani as a single parent.
The mother of one had on numerous occasions publicly blasted Khaligraph for being a deadbeat dad to their son.
Cashy lamented that Khaligraph was not concerned about Xolani's welfare at all, claiming the rapper didn't even know where his son stayed or what he ate.
Khaligraph ultimately filed a suit in court against Cashy in February 2022 at the Milimani Magistrate's Court.
In his suit, the rapper sought a court order to stop Cashy from publishing details of the minor and he also sought to have the court grant him custody of the child.
The celebrity ex-lovers broke up and went their separate ways before Cashy gave birth to their son sometime in September 2018.
The mother of one exposed Khaligraph as a deadbeat for the first time in October 2021 while engaging her fans in an interactive Questions and Answers (Q&A) session on Instagram.