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Daddy Freeze speaks on ‘horrible’ things Nigerians did to him over his statement on tithing

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Famous media personality Iferinde Oladayo also known as Daddy Freeze, has revealed the horrible things Nigerians did to him over his controversial statement on tithing in the church.

It is no longer news that Daddy Freeze was an ardent preacher against tithing in church, stating it was wrong.

Numerous oppositions have risen against Daddy Freeze’s controversial statement on tithing, with many disagreeing with his points and views.

A new update that found its way to the internet is the viral video of an American pastor, Creflo Dollar, making amendments to his previous statements and writings about tithing.

The man of God in the video urged his listeners to discard books, sermons or teachings by him that encouraged tithing.

Reacting to this development, Daddy Freeze claimed that he was crucified online for speaking the truth, which a popular personality has confirmed.

He wrote: I don dey talk am since una crucify me… Shebi una don see am now? God bless him for speaking the truth…

Following this, Daddy Freeze narrated his horrible ordeals in the hands of Nigerians when he first made the declaration.

He claimed he was boycotted by advertising agencies and could no longer anchor events.

He wrote: “After they made me loose opportunities to earn my income, after making sure no advert agencies work with me and I no longer could MC an event.

After frustrating me for years now they agreed that I was wrong all along … it is better late than never.

And there are still many more things that I am right about that would take most of you several years to understand.”

Kemi Filani recalls that Daddy Freeze stirred drama online when he reacted to the famous Togolese TikTok star, Kelly.

Daddy Freeze claimed Kelly is an overhyped, average-looking girl who has taken over social media timelines.

He wrote: “Make una no vex o, but this Kelly girl on my timeline and on most other timelines is way overhyped.

As in ehn this girl, na average looking girl abi na my eye”

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