Friday was a black day for the Murayas (Size 8 and DJ Mo) and radio personality Auntie Jemimah.
The Murayas announced that they had lost their unborn baby after Size 8 was forced to undergo 'a very dangerous critical emergency operation' due to high blood pressure.
The couple said they are highly grateful that Size 8 is alive and accept God's will.
Taking to social media, Size 8 wrote;
Jehovah my God My Father through Jesus Christ I am greatful for life!! I would have died but you choose to save me. Though my little baby didn't make it I know she is well in your hands oh God!!! Thank you God for allowing @ladashabelle.wambo and @muraya.jnr to continue enjoying the presence of their mum!! In all things you remain to be God God all by yourself and everything working together for good in our lives!! Hallelujah!!My dear @djmokenya we are victorious!
Renown Gukena FM presenter, Auntie Jemimah announced that she lost her baby girl Nduta on September 29th, 2021 at 34 weeks but sadly she had passed on.
"On 29:9:21 My girl arrived at 34weeks ,sleeping.I held her in my arms and said goodbye.I am broken,oh so broken that there was nothing I could do to bring her back life.I therefore will be taking a sabbatical to mourn my Nduta the best way I know how and for as long as it takes," wrote Jemimah.
Shocked by the news, celebrities from across the nation rallied behind the Murayas and Auntie Jemimah, sending their love and prayers during these difficult times
All our thoughts and prayers are with the Murayas, Auntie Jemimah and everyone who is grieving.