DJ Mo talks about heartbreaking moment he lost unborn baby

A while back, Dj Mo’s celebrity wife Size 8 opened up on the sad ordeal of how the young couple lost their unborn child after five weeks.

Speaking about her miscarriage during an interview with Massawe Japanni, Size 8 said.

“I went to the hospital when I was a few weeks to see the doctor and he told me I have a problem. I cried first then went home.”

When the doctor broke the news to her, the singer, it would be well given that her pregnancy with Ladasha had been complicated but she pulled through.

“Just like i suffered during my first pregnancy with Wambo, I thought God will help me through the second pregnancy.

So i said it will be hard for a while and then i will have a successful delivery of my second baby. “

Size 8 during her first pregnancy

“When I was 11 weeks pregnant, I had labor pains, I was asking myself how can this be in labor and i am only 11 weeks in. 

In the evening is when i started bleeding, i was so scared,then i called DJ Mo crying.”

Just when she thought she would get through the second pregnancy, the doctor broke the news that it was not possible.

“But that was not the case because the pregnancy was already destroyed. I cried so much. knowing I served the lord a lot, how can this happen to me?”


Weeks later, DJ Mo who has been loyal and truly supportive to Size 8 through her tough journey has opened up on the terrible news.

He said as much as it was a bitter pill to swallow, his stand with God helps him understand that everything happens for a reason and most importantly to never blame God.

It is a sad moment but again for us saved people we usually everything has a reason and we don’t blame God, so there is always a reason for everything.

So it was a low moment for us but again we don’t blame God, we just move on.

His marriage being one of the most admired unions in the show business, DJ Mo was asked to advice the young couples and he had  short but strong words.

Just simple, marry your friend and marry someone you can tolerate that’s it

Listen to the audio HERE

People Held Nothing Back When Size 8 Said She Is Bukusu And She Loves her Kikuyu Hubby

Gospel celebrity couple DJ Mo and Size 8 are relationship goals for many people.

The two have gone through hell and back with rumours of their impending break up. Reports indicated that their relationship was on the rocks.

They both presented a united front and denied any breakup rumours.

Anyhow, to show how rock solid their union is, Size 8 and DJ Mo have kept on posting their weekly vlog for fans to keep up with the Murayas.

To further cement their influence, Size 8 took to social media to encourage Kenyans to shun tribalism especially at this time when political tensions are high.

“Good morning all Kenyans hope you are well. I am a LUHYA (BUKUSU/Gisu) and am married to a KIKUYU who i really love so very much 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 and we just gave birth to a beautiful girl who is just KENYAN. Let us not fight or hate each other coz of our tribe we are KENYANS and God calls us to love each other . LOVE IS THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT,” Size 8 wrote.

Size 8 and DJ MoDJ Mo echoed her post adding:

“I am a KIKUYU and my lovely wife, my heartbeat is a LUHYA (BUKUSU -GISU) 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 and we have a beautiful girl who is just KENYAN. Let us not fight or hate each other because of our tribes -KENYANS, God calls us to love each other . #tribekenya.”

Here are some reactions to the post by DJ Mo and Size 8.

Daniel Mukoshi: That’s nonsense,it’s your private affair which has no bearing on us.It’s not a national or regional issue.

Nancy Hadassah: My observation is majority of Kenyans generally don’t have a problem with one another.The politicians are the problem when they take advantage of people with no means and brain wash them then turn them into hooligans paying them to demonstrate, damage property etc. They are the problem.It saddens most people when they hear people have died in mathare kisumu etc.
The question we should be asking ourselves is what can we do to put a stop to that

Jonathan Haya: So timely! Let us all embrace each other and live as brothers, we all make a big, wonderful family called Kenya!

Faith Pretty: My frst tym to see a cute baluya #mamawambo….Mo, hapo ulitafuta paka chini bed Hahahaha she is cute.

Splendour Riziki Liatema: So u mean luhyas are ugly?

Robert Lacseez Jnr: MO umesema ukweli ata mm ni bukusu na side chiq wangu ni mkiuk… And we have a son whose just kenyan.

Ngeshie Keshie: After marriage she became kikuyu and your dota is typical kiuk.✌ is all we need….

Cess Wa Kim: I have been praying for a celeb to stand up n show kenyans we are one…hii tribalism ni shetani.

Mutahi Nyaga: We are one, tribe doesn’t define a person character does. Asante to the Murayas, be blessed

Joseph Gathage: We are one people one tribe called Kenyans .let’s not get divided by tribes. Great example from Dj mo and Size 8.

Shelsea Kega: automaticly she is 4rm ua rib u didn’t mistake

Saidi Vincent: Luhyas are beautiful 🤞

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Here Are East Africa’s Showbiz Power Couples (Photos)

Being in a relationship is hard, being a celebrity in a relationship is even harder. They are always in the spotlight regardless of what they do.

Due to being in the public eye, some have garnered haters and fans but despite all the things society says about them they stay together through thick and thin.

Meet East Africa’s Showbiz Power Couples:

1. Diamond Platnumz and Zari Hassan

Zarinah Hassan, is a Ugandan artiste, reality Tv star and an entrepreneur who grew  up in Jinja, Uganda. She has a Diploma in Cosmetology and has won the diva award of the year 2009 in the Diaspora. Currently she is based in South Africa and married to the famously known Bongo Flava artiste Diamond Platnumz who is known for his hit songs such as Nomber One and Nataka Kulewa. This is a couple that many admire and they are blessed with two kids.

diamond with zari

2. Chameleone and Daniella Mayanja

Jose Chameleone, born Joseph Mayanja, is a Ugandan afrobeat and reggae musician. Chameleone sings in Luganda, English and Swahili. Several of his songs have become hit songs, including Basiima Ogenze, Shida Za Dunia, Nekolera Maali and Badilisha. He is married to socialite Daniella Atim, a daughter of a local religious figure.


3. Bebe Cool and Zuena Kirema

Bebe Cool is a pioneer of modern contemporary Ugandan music and an influential presence in the East Africa reggae game with more than 200 songs. He has won several awards and other local and foreign honors. He is married to model, TV presenter and former Miss Uganda contestant Zuena Kirema.


4. Marek Fuchs and Annabel Onyango

Marek Fuchs is the entertainment managing director of Kenyan Hearttrobs Sauti Sol and has worked and toured with the group all over Africa, Europe and the United States. He is married to  Annabel Onyango who is a fashion stylist and a blogger under the brand Dressupnation. With a Bachlor’s Degree in Environment and Resource Studies and a Masters in English, her unexpected career  in fashion began as a fashion editor for True Love and Drum East Africa magazine.  She’s now a freelancer for television shows, commercial advertisements, music entertainers such as award winning East African super band Sauti Sol among other jobs.


5. Nameless and Wahu

David Mathenge better known by his name Nameless is a Kenyan pop artist signed to the Ogopa DJ’s record label. He is commonly known for his hit songs such as Butterfly and Salary. Nameless is married to fellow musician Wahu whose real name is Rosemary Wahu Kagwi also a singer, song writer, former fashion model, actress and an entrepreneur. Her songs include Sweet love, Niangalie and Still a Liar.

nameless wahu

6. Chris and Kate Kirwa

Chris Kirwa is a popular event organizer and a media personality. This lovely couple is always celebrated for their unending love and support for each other. Chirs Kirwa and his wife Christine are inseparable despite being married for years. They are mentors for many celebrity couples and most of them look up to them for marriage advice and guidance.


7. Dj Mo and Size 8.

Sammy Muraya commonly known as Dj Mo is a Kenyan gospel Dj and currently hosts the show on NTV Crossover 101. He is married to musician Size 8 whose real name is Linet Masiro Munyali. She is a singer, song writer and actress who switched from secular music to Gospel music known for her hit song Mateke.