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Daddy Freeze replies Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke for saying RCCG Is A Threat To Islam’ Post

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Daddy Freeze replies Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke over his Islamophobic post
“When brains were handed out were u playing truant? When you were born, did people forget to congratulate your dad? Because I don’t get it”..DADDY FREEZE

 

 

Pastor Adeboye’s son had written that the greatest threat to Islam in Nigeria is the RCCG. Throwing a shade at Daddy Freeze, Leke Adeboye also stated that someone is paying the ‘Free The Sheeple’ leader to write posts against the RCCG, and once in a while attach Islam is good to his post.

Reacting to the post, Daddy Freeze wrote;

 

Dear Leke,
Are you trying to say that Islam is a bad religion? Or is your doltish write up, trying to imply that RCCG and Winners were set up to ‘threaten’ Islam?

Why you no gree get sense like this? As you old so, come swell like pussycat pregnancy sense still far from you?

When brains were handed out were u playing truant? When you were born, did people forget to congratulate your dad? Because I don’t get it…🙄

Anyway, write these words down in marble and please do me a favor, show them to your daddy and his boys.

YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO FIND JESUS IN A MOSQUE THAN IN RCCG. ~FRZ.

 

Daddy Freeze blasts Pastor Adeboye’s son over his Islamophobic post lailasnews 2

This is not the first time Daddy Freeze has called out Pastor Adeboye’s son. Few months ago he replied Leke Adeboye, one of the sons of Pastor E.A. Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, who advised Nigerians in a video to go back to farming to meet their needs and stop asking the church for financial assistance.

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Leke said in the video that Nigerians have gone out of recession but now face famine and to combat this problem, he asked Nigerians to go back to farming and the era of trade by barter. Whatever they are able to produce on their farms, he asked them to use those farm produce in exchange for those things they need but don’t have.

The Cool FM OAP reminded him that charity begins at home and asked him why his father’s church hasn’t started collecting tithes and offering in grains and cattle like it was originally intended in the Bible.

 

LAILAS

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