Daddy Freeze reacts to Pastor Adeboye saying he 'drank tea with God'

Daddy Freeze reacts to Pastor Adeboye saying he 'drank tea with God'

Controversial Nigerian OAP, Daddy Freeze, has set tongues wagging after his recent reaction to a tweet by the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, who claimed to have drunk tea with God.

Daddy Freeze sure does not take any breaks from attacking or mocking Nigerian pastors and this time is no different. Earlier on, Pastor Adeboye tweeted through the church's official account about his recent encounter with God.

He wrote: "You don't have to believe me, but, God has joined me in having breakfast before. He drank tea with me. I call Him “Daddy” because we share a very special relationship. Prayers prayed tonight will be answered by fire."

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As expected, Daddy Freeze jumped on the tweet with heavy sarcasm, stating that the general overseer should have taken a selfie with God.

He wrote: "I am glad you know this, because we don’t and we won’t!........ You should have taken a selfie with him like some of your South African colleagues did."

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The controversial OAP has also gone ahead to start a 'tea challenge' putting up a whooping sum of N1m to people taking up the challenge.

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Recall a while ago, Freeze, the leader of Free The Sheeple movement, came for the head of general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God about 40-day fasting and praying mandated for all his church members.

In a clip shared on his Instagram page, the self-proclaimed leader of the Free Nation in Christ questioned why Pastor Adeboye asked his church members to fast for 40 days when in the bible, Jesus only did so at the point he was to be tempted by the devil. Read more:

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