DJ Mo and Size 8 new home

DJ Mo and his pastor wife Size 8 serve as couple goals. They are role models for the younger generation.

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Well, Size 8’s family has moved to a new home. It’s not just a regular home but a flashy one.

DJ Mo shared photos of their new multi-million mansion in Lavington thanking God. The young couple together with their child Ladasha Belle was staying in a secured gated community in Edenville estate which is located on Kiambu road. It’s not clear whether the house was rented or they owned it.

Their items were moved by Parkers& Movers and in one of his posts, the award-winning deejay wrote;

Glory to God.

Adding;

new home. God is faithful.

In another post he wrote;

Lavington your new neighbor is here.

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The couple is a great example of from grass to grace and Mpasho.co.ke has established that they must have spent a whopping Sh45 million to Sh80 million for the house.

A close source told Mpasho that the couple had bought the house.

Below are photos of the couple’s home.

DJ Mo and Size 8's new home
DJ Mo’s Range Rover parked outside his new home

DJ Mo and Size 8's new home

DJ Mo
Inside one of the washroom’s in Size 8’s new home

DJ Mo

Going through various local real estate websites, houses which are almost like DJ Mo’s homes are very expensive. Most have private swimming pools, a garden and are four – six bedrooms.

Check out some of the prices

Mansions for sale in Nairobi
Mansions for sale in Nairobi
Mansions for sale in Nairobi
Mansions for sale in Nairobi

Mansions for sale in Nairobi

In the same location, renting a mansion is quite expensive as they range from Sh220,000 – Sh450,000 per month.

The couple is making money from brand endorsement deals. Size 8 and her daughter are brand ambassadors of SoftCare diapers in Kenya. DJ Mo, on the other hand, is the brand ambassador of Broadway bread.

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