Life was tough for gospel singer Size 8 while she was in high school but Jacque Maribe was always there for her.
Size 8 recently opened up of how Maribe would come with some school shopping from home and then give half to her while at State House Girls.
Speaking to in an interview, the singer shared how Maribe helped her.
“In high school, Jacque Maribe was really there for me, yeye ndiye alikuwa ananibuyia sanitary towels,” she said.
“She used to come with shopping and split it into two, she would even give me pads.
“So when I see my face on the packet of pads as the brand ambassador of Softcare pads, I testify because my life is evidence that it doesn’t matter who you are or what you do. God can do exceedingly and abundantly above all you can ever ask, think or imagine.”
Size 8 was born in Maringo Estate in Nairobi.
In high school, she got a scholarship at State House Girls and Maribe was her dorm mate.
She has opened up numerous times of how Maribe helped her get by since she was from a poor background.
“Growing up was so hard for me because unlike most girls nowadays who are provided with sanitary towels by their parents, I did not have them. I used to have a very heavy flow but could not purchase more than one packet to sustain me,” she said.
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