Popular and controversial on-air personality, Daddy Freeze has again cleared the air on matters attached to his alleged hatred for men of God in Nigeria and beyond.
Naija News reports that Daddy Freeze in a recent post on his Instagram handle maintained that he doesn’t care whether people hate him or not. The on-air personality said that he will always speak up against pastors stealing tithes and offerings, especially those who also steal from poor churchgoers.
Freeze, on his Instagram page, said: “call me a demon, I don’t care but when I see you stealing from poor Nigerians in tithes and offering, I’ll speak up and challenge you.”
In a similar post on his handle, the controversial OAP said; “The greatest dingbat is the one shouting “in church” he fails to realize that we are the church, not a building. Collecting tithes from Christians is stealing in its own right. Christ never collected tithes, neither did his disciples.”
He then mocked tithe payers in a similar post that read; “All the numerous people who have come to the #FreeNation to beg for money and assistance have been regular tithers, every single one of them.
“Yet our church, a church that doesn’t tithe, is solving their problems. I get up to 25 requests for assistance daily once again mostly from tithers, powerful tithers who tithe consistently.
“I think I can say fairly and logically, that tithing makes your life tight. 90% can never be enough for what 100% could not be enough for. If you don’t have enough you are poor and nowhere in the scriptures, new or old, were the poor required to tithe.
“Christ never collected tithes and neither did the disciples, stop leading yourself to an early grave of penury by holding on to a false and useless doctrine!”
The OAP had been known in recent times for the continuous backlash he dishes against pastors. He had been known for actively kicking against Pastors and Churches who subject their congregation to paying tithes but yet don’t cater for the needs of the members of the church.
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