If you have been keeping tabs with the Murayas on Socialmedia, you probably have seen the trending video whereby Size 8 finally overcame her fear of driving and got back on the road with her newly remodeled Toyota Celica Car that she has owned for quite a while since her hey days in secular music.
The gospel singer, mother of two and spouse to top Gospel Deejay Dj Mo went even further ahead to do a full vlog on her journey battling the fear of driving as she narrated of how her inhibitions got the better of her. In her vlog, now on Youtube, Size 8 urged her fans to overcome such fears in life like; generational poverty, fear to go beyond and self doubting ideologies, terming them as 'minyororo za maisha.'
The Toyota Celica Dj Mo Gifted Size 8.
In a new reveal, her hubby Dj Mo took to his instagram account to post the photo of the car he apparently gifted her after overcoming her fears. In his post, the deejay revealed that he had the car taken to Moha Graffix, a re-known car mechanic and graffiti artist in the 254.
Interestingly Moha Graffix, pictured above, has also previously worked on Dj Mo's Range Rover whereby he did a spray job as well as changed the traditional custom 'Range Rover' label at the front and instead made it to read 'Xclusive' just for him.
Dj Mo's Range Rover at Moha's Yard.
Check out below some of Moha's crazy artwork on cars and artpieces brought in by clients;
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