Gospel singer Size 8 is among the gospel artist who have been going through some health issues and she requires kenyans and the whole world to pray for her.
According to Tuko news, gospel singer Size 8 has revealed that she is having health challenges with her fourth pregnancy that is causing her blood pressure to rise beyond the normal levels.
According to the publication, the Mateke singer was having a conversation on their YouTube channel, when she narrated how she was worried about her health and that of the unborn child.
"Most people were shocked after we got pregnant, they were like, Size 8 after everything you have gone through with Junior, you and Muraya still went ahead and git another child? This fourth one, we did not plan. As much as it got Mo and I scared, we are just taking it one step at a time," Siz 8 explained.
Size 8 explained that her pregnancy was very smooth untill last week, when her blood pressure increased beyond the normal levels. Forcing her to call his husband DJ Mo to come home early and stay with the kinds.
Size 8 added that whenever she goes to bed, she prayed God to take care of her and the unborn child.
"When I was going to bed, I told God, make sure my baby and I are safe, keep us alive till the next morning," she added.
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