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DJ Mo and Size 8 Celebrate Daughter’s Graduation – Video

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It was a proud moment for top Kenyan Celebrity Size 8 and husband DJ Mo. Their daughter was graduating and they were the proudest parents in Kenya.

Size 8 took to Instagram and said – Uuuuuwwwiii Our daughter @ladashabelle.wambo is graduating today 💃💃💃💃💃 @djmokenya and I so excited look at Jesus Christ what a glorious day we are done with kindergarten uuuuwwwiii JESUS IS LORD

And then there was more especially during the day of the even… The beautiful celebrity had this to say about her daughter – Congratulations @ladashabelle.wambo …look at God ..
Just the other day you were in my womb and death was after both of us now see Gods glory all over you. Forgive me if I talk about God to much it’s coz He has done to much for me uuuuwwiiii graduation wambo thank u Jesus. Cc @djmokenya. Hair by @sproutskidsalon

Congrats to the whole family for this achievement, we wish the lovely daughter all the best in life.

In More News – Viola Davis is Releasing a Memoir

If there’s one woman in Hollywood who will always leave you with a good word and an inspirational story it’s Viola Davis. Whether sharing her experiences growing up poor in Rhode Island or the discrimination she’s faced as a Black woman in Hollywood, Davis has always been an open book and now she’s releasing her own.

Today, HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, announced acquisition of the Academy Award-winning actress’s memoir Finding Me. Set to be released April 19, 2022, the book will be published in partnership with Ebony Magazine Publishing.

Described as “a true hero’s journey,” the novel will span the 55-year-old’s life from her childhood in Central Falls to her present-day career as a philanthropist, Tony Award and Primetime Emmy Award-winning actress, and CEO/CoFounder of JuVee Productions. And it will tell her story of overcoming obstacles to now become the most nominated Black actress in the history of the Academy Awards. Read More

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