Khago’s Mom Denies His ‘Obeah Accusations’

[Sharingbuttons]Mother of dancehall artiste Khago has dismissed his claims that she is an obeah woman

The popular dancehall artiste who is seeking to get back his career up and running recently accused his mother and sister of ruining his life and practise witchcraft against him.


“Something really wrong with him. I really don’t know what to say, but my son should not be ungrateful and remember where he is coming from. If anyone should go into the community where we live, they would tell you how I take care of my children,” his mother told the Star.

During the video which has been circulating on social media, Khago said his mother would go to great lengths to wreck his career.

“Di only ting dat gal eva do is birth me. Mi spend $17 million to build a house give mi madda, and me can’t go deh because every time me go, mi head swell big so. When mi a clean out di place, is a dead monkey mi find wrapped up inna towel with a baby face. A mi madda mek mi career tun dung,” Khago said.

Khago’s mother Joycelyn, however, dismissed his claims….”Mi feel like mi a go drop dung. Him ungrateful bad. Where mi woulda get monkey from. All of Khago family love him. No one nah try destroy him. Mi a wonder if him in a cult and them ask him to kill him madda and him a try, but him nah go kill me off,” she said.

She also admitted that she moved into the house upon Khago’s invitation but their relationship fell apart approximately a year after she moved in.

“I do everything for him, but whenever he finds a new girlfriend he acts different. When he asked me to leave, I did, and I went to stay with family. That was in 2013, and I never set foot in that house again,” she said.

Joycelyn also revealed that she had recently reached out to Kupon her daughter’s request to mend their relationship at which point he encouraged her to move back in the house.

Though she declined his request she admitted that they had a decent conversation so was left shocked when she heard about the “disgraceful accusation” from Khago and social media.

“I don’t think I would talk to him. He is too disrespectful, not only to me, but his family. The popularity clearly has gotten to his head. You know what hurt me the most, I was supposed to go to college, but I put that aside to take care of my children, and now to hear him behave like this is really hurtful,” she told the Star

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