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The two gospel bigwigs, Size 8 and Dj Mo, got married in a private ceremony

By Stevens Muendo | Friday, Oct 11th 2013 at 14:37
                                                         Size 8 and Dj Mo are now husband and wife

Despite initially rubbishing their union as rumors, gospel deejay Dj Mo and recently saved singer Size 8 are now husband and wife.

The Mateke  hit maker tied the knot with fellow gospel celebrity DJ Mo of the celebrated gospel stable System Unit last month.

Speaking exclusively to Pulse, Size 8 said the two were now an item after months of speculations that they were having an affair and living under one roof.

“I am married, and it was a very private affair that only involved my family and officiating bishops among whom was my father.” ” Size 8 told Pulse.

Asked why they had done the wedding secretly, Size 8 told Pulse that she considered marriage a very private affair adding that unlike many other women, she didn't want to go loud about it.

“There is Size 8 and Linet and these two are different characters. My private life is just that. Marriage is a very personal and private affair,” she remarked.

DJ Mo, now officially the singer’s husband was among the key people who led the singer into salvation about nine months ago and has been fundamental in mentoring her.

He took a key role in creating and marketing her debut gospel single Mateke after it was released.

The two held a traditional wedding ceremony last month before officiating it through a church union all of which was done privately.


 

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