Daddy Freeze calls out Nigerian artistes who wear fake watches

Daddy Freeze calls out Nigerian artistes who wear fake watches

- Leader of Free the Sheeple movement, Daddy Freeze has called out Nigerian celebrities over living fake lives

- He pointed out that everyone should live and act according to their wages

- Freeze advised celebrities not to live beyond their means and wear fake luxury products

Daddy Freeze is at it again and this time, he has a message for celebrities who apparently wear fake luxury products and pretend to live larger than life. According to the Free the Sheeple movement leader, a huge number of Nigerian celebrities wear fake products, sometimes without knowledge of what is authentic.

Freeze appeared to be advising them against such lifestyle. He revealed that purchasing big branded names such as Rolex cost over N1.7 million and buying high ended luxury products for anything less doesn't make it authentic.

He shared this dose of knowledge on his social media page, stating that some people go to jail for selling fake products and hence, celebrities should be careful not get mixed up such drama while trying to live a life they might not be able to afford.

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In his post, he said: "Guys, ACT YOUR WAGE!!! Don't fake what you are not, live within your means!! I know someone who went to jail for 5 years selling fake jeans, you heard right; 'True Religion' jeans sent him to prison!!!

If you can't afford a real Rolex, Patek or Audemars, buy Seiko, Citizen, Timex or Swatch. I have never seen a greater concentration of fake watches anywhere on the globe, than in the Nigerian entertainment industry. Gospel musicians, upcoming pastors, OAPs etc aren't left out of this idiocy. Statements like "My Rolex is not Fake I bought it for N350k" only serve to showcase the ignorance of many entertainers. There is NO ROLEX, AUDEMARS, PATEK, RICHARD MILLE OR VACHERON for N350k! ITS FAKE AS HELL! The cheapest Rolex starts from about $5-6k do the math! Even second hand will still set u back circa $2k for a deadbeat and practically mutilated piece. So a brand new luxury watch for N350k is fake o!

Up to 90% of the watches in the industry are FAKES!!

Now, it's not just image fraud, when you try to act like you are larger than your true worth, it's a proper crime that can earn you time behind bars!

So please, throw those bescumbered Folexes, Pafakes and Fraudemars into the bin before they send your doltish as* to prison, where the fake money you show off on the Gram won't post your bail! ~FRZ."

Meanwhile, the controversial media personality Daddy Freeze says tithing is an anti-Christ doctrine.

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