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Meet Dj Mo’s beautiful sisters and mum

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Size 8 has for the first time introduced her mother-in-law, DJ Mo’s mother to the online community.

Size 8 showered her with love, thanking her for being supportive.

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Size 8 and her mother-in-law

She has been there for me thru and thru I can never repay her only God can. God bless our mum Mrs Kanyingi…’ she posted.

Size 8 lost her biological mother Esther to Kidney related illness in 2015, a day after she gave birth to her first daughter, Ladasha Wambo.

DJ Mo has in the past introduced his two sisters online though they keep a low profile away from the limelight.

DJ Mo and his sisters
DJ Mo and his sisters

Fans of Size 8 have reacted to her photo with mother-in-law and reactions include;

njeri_kanyingi Kanyingis are always extra kind and caring😍…..mko sure mm si wenu😂

belindaellen No one like mums💓💓

suehybz Its a blessing to have a supportive and loving mum in love

kirubikaruga May God bless her abundantly

laura_waswala Shooooshoooo!!!!! Love love her and her advises for me…ata kama munanichokozanga

mercyshiko So cute❤️

shikum Looking good Nani amenotice posture ya kichwa ni kama inafanana

sherrey_max Huyu ndie anafundisha wambo kutweng @size8reborn

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KTN news anchor denies dating music producer Saint P

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BY KEVIN KOECH

KTN News Swahili news anchor Fridah Mwaka has responded to claims that she dated music producer Saint P.

Speaking to Billy Miya, Mwaka said she only had good chemistry with Saint P as they worked together on Kubamba Radio.

She acknowledged that their friendship got to many people, and some even offered to provide all they needed for their wedding.

“Sijadate Saint P. We never dated, we never kissed. Saint P tulikwa tunafanya naye show ya radio sasa chemistry yetu ilizengua watu wengi sana kwa sababu tuliingiana kabisa.

“Mpaka kuna watu katika hii industry walikuwa wamejitolea kununua kreti za soda. Kuna watu walikuwa wamejitolea kuwa Emcee. Grounds tulikuwa tushapatiwa sisi za harusi. Watu wanasema kama wewe na Saint P mnaoana basi tumewapatia hayo mambo yote,” said Mwaka.

In the interview, she also explained why she has not yet adopted her husband’s name like other people do, stating that she is a brand on her own.

“Fridah Mwaka is a brand on its own so we agreed mimi na bwanangu kuwa ni maisha yangu.

“Aliniambia at the end of it all I’m your husband. Whether you say my name or not it doesn’t add anything,” she added.

In November 2019, Fridah Mwaka and her longtime now husband formalized their union in the affair attended by close friends and family members.

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Willy Paul: I’m not selling potatoes

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Controversial singer Willy Paul has denied claims that he has ventured into potato business to supplement his income during these tough economic times brought about by coronavirus pandemic.

“Me, potato business? Ni manager wangu ndio amefungua hiyo biz. Ako na shamba kubwa Nakuru so yeye ndio ana supply mahoteli kubwa na masoko” the former gospel singer, who ironically is set to drop his new album titled ‘Songs of Solomon’, clarified.

He, however, notes that he runs other businesses in the city other than music to make sure he stays afloat.

Pozee also addressed reports that Diamond Platnumz record label Wasafi (WCB) has been trying to make him its first foreign signee.

“Why would I be signed by Wasafi when I have a label Saldido International. Sijawahi kuwa na deal na Wasafi, tumefanya tu biashara za ma-songs” he explained.

The singer also addressed his beef with gospel singers Ringtone who has been his major critic as well as Bahati who has since gone ‘rogue’.

“Mimi sina shida na huyo kijana (Ringtone). Kuhusu bwana ya Diana, hatujawahi kosana na Bahati, mimi naheshimu bwana za watu sana,” he chided.

In a separate interview when he was hosted on Jalang’o show, Pozee confirmed to have quit gospel music claiming he was forced to make the decision because of “gospel industry cartels” who weren’t happy with his success.

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He now considers himself as a ‘freelance’ musician who is not expected to do a certain kind of music.

His latest jam Roho Mbaya featuring Tanzanian top singer Ruby is the first song on his upcoming album Songs of Solomon.

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Victor Ber breaks silence on accusations of frustrating Churchill Show artistes

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BY KEVIN KOECH

Churchill Show Director Victor Ber has responded to claims of frustrating Churchill Show comedians.

Comedian Zainabu Zeddy accused Ber of frustrating comedians, leading them to depression.

Speaking to Nation, Ber dismissed the claims, stating that despite the damning allegations made by Zeddy, they would still remain friends, adding that he was ready to invite her to Churchill show.

“Yes, without a doubt (I will welcome her). Since she wrote those things, I tried to keep it to myself, but she kept posting more and more and it wasn’t until Wednesday (July 8) that I picked up my phone and texted her and she called me back. I know her very well and when you watch the videos, she cannot edit the way they were,” Ber said.

The director read malice in Zeddy’s allegations, stating that someone keen on bringing down Churchill show was pushing Zeddy to heap blame on him and create a fallout within the team behind the award-winning show.

According to Zeddy, so serious is the situation that a number of comedians have sunk into depression before their eventual deaths.

Njenga Mswahili and Kasee are among the Churchill Show comedians whose recent deaths have raised eyebrows.

Zeddy revealed that sabotage is part of the game and so serious is the situation that Njenga Mswahili sunk into depression and was admitted an Mathari Mental Hospital.

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“Ber never wanted any female comedians to succeed so that his wife could shine. That is the reason we have few female comedians.

“When Wanjiku put up her Comedy Queens show at KICC, the girls were threatened to perform,” posted Zeddy.

She added that Kasee who recently passed on was pushed to the limits and became homeless before her death.

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