NTV’s Cross Over resident Dj Sammy Muraya or Dj Mo is not picking calls from colleagues. It has emerged.
His co-host Grace Ekirapa who for the first time spoke about this, said the Dj has never bee accessible since the day he was mentioned in the scandal. That anytime she tries to call him, he never picks the calls and said she will allow him time to heal.
“I have not spoken to him and to be honest, It has been hard for me to get to him. My phone calls have not been going through. I know it has been difficult for him and I think when he is ready he will talk to me,” Ekirapa said.
She however said their management had directed that the Dj should not appear on the screen until further notice.
“Meanwhile, the show has been going on without him but that was the management’s decision,” she said.
The female TV siren confessed that working relationship with DJ Mo has been such an interesting one and that she still yearns to meet him on the same platform in the near future.
While reacting to his cheating allegations, Ekirapa defended Mo saying all saved persons go through baptism by fire and that no one can claim otherwise.
“What I will have to say is, when you get saved you will not stop sinning. You cannot be perfect but there will be consequences. We make mistakes. DJ Mo is an amazing guy and if there is a chance of working with him again, I would love that,” she added.
Anonymous sources have however whispered to this desk that the Dj who has conspicuously been missing in action since he was implicated in sex scandal following an expose which was aired by Blogger Edgar Obare on Youtube, is nolonger working at NTV.
His missing on last Sunday Cross Over 101 show lifted lid on his whereabouts with many of his fans alleging that he must have been replaced.
A lady called Margret Wanyama mentioned Mo in bad faith saying the Dj has been cheating with her despite having married Size 8 some 6 years ago.
What still remains obscure for Kenyans is whether the DJ was sacked or will be making a comeback after fully healing.