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‘Don’t judge Hushpuppi’ – Controversial OAP, Daddy Freeze warns Nigerians

Popular controversial OAP, Ifedayo Olarinde aka Daddy Freeze, has warned Nigerians not to judge alleged international fraudster, Ramon Abass aka Hushpuppi whi was arrested for fraud. According to Daddy Freeze, it would be wrong of anyone to judge Hushpuppi. The radio personality, who is known for his incessant attacks on pastors cited Jesus christ as an example. According to him, Jesus Christ never condemned anyone.

In an old documentary that began trending in the wake of Hushpuppi’s recent arrest, This is coming after Daddy Freeze saw how Nigerian youths was mocking Hushpuppi when a video of how he was arrested went viral on the internet. In the documentary, Daddy Freeze, accompanied by his wife, described with words Hushpuppi’s questionable lifestyle. “Hushpuppi’s driver earns N700,000 month while you that abuses him on social media are doing houseboy work and earn N35,000 a month…Instead of you to beg Hushpuppi to hire your father as a driver,” Daddy Freeze had said.

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Addressing the criticisms fired at him, the broadcaster said Hushpuppi told him he was a social media influencer. He said had he known that Hushpuppi was a criminal, he wouldn’t have hung out with him. Narrating, Daddy Freeze said, “While we were driving, he got calls from Gucci, he got calls from Versace, and he got calls from LV all wanting to host him. He said he was an influencer. While I was there, there was nothing suspicious.

“He didn’t receive calls from hackers. I didn’t meet him at a crime scene. I met him at the Burberry VIP Lounge that was open to exclusive members and his house. The interview was shot in those places. “Another set of guys say oh Daddy Freeze you’re hanging out with criminals. First things first, I didn’t know him to be a criminal. If I did, I wouldn’t hang out with him and unless someone is proven guilty, I do not discriminate against him because Christ who I follow didn’t discriminate.”

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Ade Yinka

Adeyinka is an entertainment and fashion content writer with years of experience in the industry. She is a graduate of English language from Lagos State University (LASU, Ojo). She obtained a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Lagos. She likes to read, write, surf the internet, listen to music and hang out with friends.

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