Size 8 and Dj Mo will probably look back on the first week of October 2020 as the year that either broke/made their marriage.
As many of you are well-aware of, allegations cropped up of Dj Mo cheating on Size 8 with a certain socialite. The fall-out has been terrible for the Dj with Kenyans who called him out for the alleged infidelity.
And what about Size 8 herself? How has she taken the news? The mother of two has said that she would fight for her marriage and attributed the devil to be the one causing the issues at the moment in her marriage.
While many Kenyans have asked her to move on from the marriage, some fellow female celebs have had some interesting takes on what the couple is going through.
Most times when men cheat on their wives, the female battalion normally come out in droves to call out the man’s behaviour, while also telling the woman who has been cheated on to leave the bum (my words).
Media personality Ciku Muiruri had a very sympathetic viewpoint when speaking about Dj Mo’s alleged cheating scandal.
She noted that sometimes men cheat and their reason for cheating has nothing to do with their partners. Muiruri argued that men have been wired differently and sometimes they just do things because they believe they can get away with it.
“Your hubby cheats for a myriad of reasons and sometimes they have nothing to do with you. Home life is great; I think I’ll cheat. Interchangeable with home life is bad; I think I’ll cheat. It’s Tuesday, I think I’ll cheat. I’m wearing blue today; I think I’ll cheat. It’s 7 pm; I think I’ll cheat. I had a burger for lunch; I think I’ll cheat. Guys are wired differently,” reads part of Ciuku Muiruri’s post.
Another female celeb Betty Bayo also advised Size 8 to stay in the marriage, opining that cheating should never be a reason for a marriage to break up. In the two posts, I have not seen any castigation of Dj Mo’s alleged behaviour, who is the villain in the story.
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#Masingotuesday The pains of marrying the wrong person is worst than your present fear of not getting married. Marriage is not a competition. Take your time ,fall in love ,nurse your ambitions, Groom your relationship ; Because forever is too long to be unhappy. Always remember that it is better to wait long than to marry the wrong person. Above all involve God Niguo kana Tiguo Kwetu wanaanita #mamayao Ama #mteteziwamasingo
Why is that? I have a possible answer to that and I may be wrong.
I think that both Betty and Ciku through the years have seen how hard it is to take care of a child as they are both mothers.
They might have realised that having a man who is present at home who will provide and protect for the kids is much better than not having him there.
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We have an unfortunate situation in Kenya (dare I say worldwide) where at times men who have separated from their wives stop being as supportive of them and as a result their kids suffer-Out of sight, out of mind as the old saying goes.
If even a wealthy celeb like Zari can complain about the lack of support from her baby daddy Diamond, what about celebs with less. Taking care of kids is the hardest undertaking in a marriage.