Size 8 has withdrawn her support for DK Kwenye Beat.
She has released a statement addressing her interview with DK Kwenye Beat on the #Toboa story.
Size 8 said:
“I had an interview with my our family friend DK to further understand the #Toboa story. More facts emerged during and after the interview.”
She added, “I unequivocally reject his actions, and those by any person, that in any way inhibit the rights or safety of another human being. I further reached out to the lady in the story. We pray that justice may prevail and that the girl in the story shall get a full & comprehensive recovery, of both mind and body.”
Here is the screenshot.
This comes after DJ Mo also withdrew his support.
Size 8 has deleted all the videos supporting DK Kwenye Beat’s apology that was posted up late last night.
Size 8 revealed that after posting the apology from DK Kwenye Beat, she reached out to the victim.
“After talking to Dk I also talked to the lady in question after finally getting her contact. She is such a nice lady.
And yes for sure she is in great pain I really feel her after our talk she at least felt the love of JESUS CHRIST but she didn’t expose the story out of bitterness she was just trying to create awareness to other ladies to be safe and not trust anyone.
Adding, “Please the people judging her stop it if you don’t know someone’s past don’t judge the present. She is also completely changed working towards her dream of becoming a humanitarian and a counselor.
She continued, “My love goes out to her. And I believe she is going to be a great woman very soon. The journey of healing starts with one step. And by God’s grace am walking with her for total healing is a process. To DK Hopekid and the young lady, the devil is the greatest enemy here trying to destroy these three stars with his rubbish ashindwe IN JESUS NAME.”
Also it did not help that the gospel artistes were mocking their victim in an audio that was leaked online.