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Freeze OAP tells UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, to go to hell

The Cool FM now known for his bluntness, shared his frank opinion about David Cameron, who he thinks is not free of corruption himself.

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Cool FM On-Air Personality, Freeze, lost his cool as he called out the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, concerning the latter's comment Nigeria being a 'fantastically corrupt' country alongside Afghanistan.

Freeze, who has become quite vocal about social issues, took to Instagram on May 11, 2016, to air his reservation about Cameron's comments.

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He alleged that Cameron's family are equally corrupt, making a reference to the Prime Minister's father, Ian Cameron, who was mentioned in the Panama Papers as one of the various government personalities who ran a foreign offshore fund.

Freeze wrote, "Dear David, when you get to hell, help me greet your fantastically corrupt dad! 
I can't believe that you, a man whose father was implicated in the Panama papers saga and this same you were asked by the opposition to resign because you owned shares in the alleged company that was involved, are now calling Nigeria corrupt???

"John 8:7 KJV So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.

"The qualification required to call someone corrupt, is to be absolutely corruption free yourself.

"I wish my president was from the ghetto so he could bitch slap your punk ass and turn you bright pink. 
But then again..... He wouldn't want to stain his palms.~FRZ"

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Nigeria's leader, President Muhammadu Buhari, while on a foreign trip to the United Kingdom earlier in 2016, also said that Nigerians are corrupt.

See more about Freeze in the video below.

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