in

Daddy Freeze Doesn’t Agree With Patience Ozokwo’s Views On Dressing As A Born Christian

Daddy Freeze disagrees with Nollywood actress, Patience Ozokwo while reacting to a viral video where she talked about dressing as a born-again Christian.

We all know the On-Air personality is never shy of calling out any celebrity or pastor when it comes to affairs that have to do with the church.

Today, Daddy Freeze took to his Instagram page, posted the now viral video of Patience Ozokwo and captioned it with his own views.

View this post on Instagram

Wow, this used to be my favorite actress…..☹️ – We have all been schooled in error, Christianity does not dictate a dress code, modesty in all things is advised, but this right here is someone’s personal philosophy, NOT Christ’s! ~FRZ

A post shared by FRZ (@daddyfreeze) on

“Wow, this used to be my favorite actress…..☹️We have all been schooled in error, Christianity does not dictate a dress code, modesty in all things is advised, but this right here is someone’s personal philosophy, NOT Christ’s! ~FRZ,” he wrote.

The media personality didn’t end there, he went a little further to explain that the world is not fashion or music, it’s money power and religion.

He wrote:

“This is just sad  Yes the church should be separate from the world. But the world is not fashion or music, it’s money power and religion. When Yeshua said the world hated him, who was he talking about? Fashion designers? Of course not, it was religious people using the name of God who hated him. John 15:18 ► New Living Translation “If the world hates you, remember that it hated me first. If you want to drive the world out of the church, start with the GOs, THEY ARE THE WORLD!”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Atiku Abubakar Vows To Create 3 Million Jobs Every Year Of His Tenure If Elected President

Oby Ezekwesili Compares Buhari To Obasanjo And Jonathan As She Begs Nigerians To Vote For Her