• The gospel minister in a sit down with Chipukeezy on KBC, went down memory lane coming from a poor background, but having a bigger vision.
Size 8 has nothing but gratitude to media personalities Edith Kimani and Jacque Maribe for helping her out at a time when she was poor.
The gospel minister in a sit down with Chipukeezy on KBC, went down memory lane coming from a poor background, but having a bigger vision.
"The moment you feel you have arrived your downfall arrives. You cannot achieve perfection until Christ is revealed."
In High School at State House Girls, Size 8 could not afford sanitary towels. Her friends Edith Kimani and Jacque Maribe helped her out.
She remains grateful for that to date and even praises Jacque about it.
"Those are the ones who would bring me shopping, sanitary towels, actually Jacque we were dorm mates. In fact recently I was telling Jacque maze, ulinisort. All my friends were well together, they were doing well, na mi sina kitu. That was a Godly process," she shared that it was a lesson that she would also elevate others when she got to a position where she could afford things.
The mother of two also spoke about her troubling times when she was younger, to preaching today,
"There is a Godly process and there is a prodigal son. When I was singing Vidonge I was the prodigal son. Singing n&ked and twe**ing that is misusing talent. When I was doing those things, it's not that I didn't know what I was doing."
She lost track of her journey to the gospel severely because of hardship and frustration. "Niliambia God we kwenda uko na nikaenda Tusker Project fame."
She got fame and fortune, which misled her from faith, "The more I rose the more fake people arose. Kwanza those I was dating. they want Size 8, they don't want Linet. They want to use you like a trophy."
The turning point was when she began to feel alone and empty and decided to go back to God.