Daddy Freeze slams troll who blasted him for interviewing Guru Maharaj Ji

Popular Cool FM presenter, Daddy Freeze has taken to social media to blast all those who criticized him for interviewing Guru Maharaj Ji

The On Air Personalty who is known to respond immediately to social media trolls did not disappoint, as he released a rather lengthy post addressing the issue of airing the interview between himself and the spiritual leader.

His post read;

“Why are people so stupid? Dingleberries like @donslime and @danilpstar, dumbed down by decades of religious lies, are refusing to see the light of the true gospel, as they continue to embrace extinct belief systems propagated mainly by charlatans.

“Sat Guraharaj Ji’s people called me, informing me that he was in lagos and wanted to discuss with me. What should I have said? No?

“Although I was a bit apprehensive initially, I do not regret having this interview with him. He was more ‘christian’ than your so called GOs.

“He spoke about love, kindness and forgiveness, something your GOs have largely neglected due to the quest they have for the money gospel.

“I repeatedly told him that I am a Christian teacher and preacher, so as not to create any confusion for his followers or our congregation.

“He was extremely polite and his comportment impeccable, his enlightenment also showcased itself naturally as he spoke calmly.

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“He referenced Jesus from time to time and played down the false ‘Money for miracles and healing’ Gospel your GOs swear by.

“Some people said I was with an occultist, I laughed

“the greatest occult is when a popular GO asks you to pray to his magic wand, comb your hair backwards with an ‘anointed comb’ and the greatest form of idolatry is when you proceed to worship his chair afterwards, so please shut it!

“I learnt a lot from SAT Guru Maharaj Ji and I am exceedingly glad our church the #FreeNation in Christ had the opportunity to interact with him and exchange love and well wishes. Our belief systems might be different but mutual respect, love and tolerance should be our forte”.


Rhema Olonade

Rhema Olonade is a graduate of mass communication. She is passionate about news writing and broadcasting. Hobbies are watching movies, and public speaking. Email: [email protected]

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