Pastors are only making Daddy Freeze more popular
By reacting, they are giving him credibility and sending more supporters his way.
This is why it has become the norm for many Men of God to react to the Cool FM OAP’s controversial statements during their sermons or via social media.
Most recent attack on Daddy Freeze
The latest to join this trend is Pastor Humble Okoro of the Joy Christian Church, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The cleric has implied that the OAP is possessed by 52 demons via a poster that has been circulating Instagram.
It had details of an anticipated meeting which was set to hold at the Abuja National Stadium on any day desired by the OAP.
This is not the first Pastor Okoro has made this particular claim.
In a previous interview with Street TV, he was quoted as saying: “This young man use to insult pastors- they call him Daddy Freeze. That fair boy! That boy is not normal! I saw about 52 demons inside him. I can help him!”
Back to the main issue
Pastors do not seem to realise that all these responses only add to Daddy Freeze’s rep.
The fact that they all respond by being defensive and emotional just makes it worse for them and easier for the people watching to move to the OAP’s side.
Pastors’ inability to react without new Bible verses that prove that tithing is actually compulsory is making matters worse.
They need to figure out a new plan or stop reacting completely because all they have succeeded in doing is make Daddy Freeze an authority in religious subjects.
The OAP has just started his Youtube account.
He does his own ‘sermons’ via Facebook, other social media accounts and shares his opinion pieces on his blog.
At this rate, all that is left for Daddy Freeze is to start a church. I wonder what pastors will do then.
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