Acclaimed gospel singer Linet Munyali, famously known as Size 8,has revealed that she almost lost her new born, Ladasha Belle.
Size 8, who is married to gospel DJ Mo, posted a picture of her holding her daughter and said: “My baby @ladashabelle is a miracle from God a sign of his power in my life. My pregnancy was full of problems I almost lost her several times the enemy the devil fought her so much. But God fought back for her.”
She also expressed her gratitude to God “fighting back”.
“This is my testimony of God’s faithfulness in my life. Don’t be afraid in any and every situation God is powerful to give u victory. Hallelujah to our God……..,” she added.
Speaking to Citizen Digital in September, the Mateke hitmaker had divulged extensively about her third trimester, which she said gave her respect for motherhood.
“The pregnancy has rendered me literally immobile; my legs are swollen; nakaa tu kama elephant (I looked like an elephant)! They (legs) frequently hurt,” she disclosed.
The singer who usually delivers energetic performances intimated that her back hurt big time, adding that she doesn’t get comfortable rest due to the movement of the baby in the womb.
“I rarely get enough sleep as I have to brave the painful night of a baby kicking and turning in my womb,” she lamented.
Size 8 also said the pregnancy made her go slow on appointments and activities she used to do before.
“I cannot agree to studio interviews because I am not sure how I’d wake up the day of the interview – I fear telling somebody ‘yes’ for an interview, then on the slated date, I fail to turn up due to, let’s say, swollen legs, aching back…”
“My experience with this pregnancy has taught me why the Bible put a lot of emphasis on mothers – it’s not a joke carrying a pregnancy for nine months. Women go through a lot!” she said.
Ladasha Belle Wambo who is the couple’s first born has her own Instagram account, which has already garnered over 9,000 followers.
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