The gospel industry has been associated with controversies especially from artists who seem to be drinking water and preaching wine, but despite all some have chosen to stick to the word and set a good example.
The bible says”He who finds love finds a beautiful thing”. There is no doubt love is a special thing and it gets even better when you have someone to share it with. Gospel celebrities are setting the pace and are a living proof true love exists. Here are celebrity couples that will make you run to the aisle pretty soon.
After winning the Male Artist Of Year in the 2017 Groove Awards Ekodydda introduced her charming beautiful wife to the world. They sure look good together.
Bahati and Diana Marua sure are the hottest couple in town.They are still going strong and their undying love is evident not even a storm can separate them.
If you thought the divorce rumors will keep them apart then you must think again. Dj Mo and Size 8 are one couple in the entertainment industry who give relationship goals to those aspiring to get married. The two tied the knot in 2013 and their love keeps on growing stronger.
A year after his elder brothers wedding, Daddy Owen got married to the love of his life Farida Wambui in 2016 in a colorful invites only wedding.
Back in 2015 Roy Smith Mwaita popularly known as Rufftone tied the knot with his long time girlfriend Susan Njoki and the couple are blessed with 2 kids.
He introduces himself as a grateful husband to a lovely wife. This ‘Lingala Ya Yesu’ hit maker is a proud man. Pitson is married to the beautiful Carol Mwai.
They have been married close to a decade. Mercy Masika and David Muguro meet in 2007. Mercy takes pride in her marriage and family as the parents to two gorgeous kids. David also doubles up as Mercy’s manager. It is evident that after so many years of marriage they are still deeply in love.
The mellow gospel singer Joyce and sports anchor hubby Waihiga kept their relationship on the down low and shocked many when they walked down the aisle in 2015. Their Naivasha wedding was a sight to behold attended by only close family and friends.