Controversial OAP Daddy Freeze celebrates his son as he clocks a year older

Controversial OAP Daddy Freeze celebrates his son as he clocks a year older

- Nigerian broadcaster, Ifedayo ‘Daddy Freeze’ Olarinde has taken to social media to celebrate his son, Ayoyimika Enzo Olarinde.

- The OAP did this on his son, Ayoyimika’s birthday

- Freeze made sure to shower prayers on the young lad

Birthdays come only once in a year and folks often try to make it a special one for their kids. No matter the way people perceive them, most parents want to make their children happy.

Popular Nigerian broadcaster Ifedayo Olarinde, better known as Daddy Freeze, has taken to social media to celebrate his young son, Ayoyimika Enzo Olarinde, on his birthday.

The on-air-personality (OAP) shared series of photos showing the growing years of his son as he wished him a happy celebration.

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See photos below:

Controversial OAP Daddy Freeze celebrates his son as he becomes a year older

Controversial OAP Daddy Freeze celebrates his son as he becomes a year older
Source: Instagram

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Controversial OAP Daddy Freeze celebrates his son as he becomes a year older

Controversial OAP Daddy Freeze celebrates his son as he becomes a year older
Source: Instagram

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The controversial OAP also prayed that Yahushua should guide his son through life as he is growing from a young boy to a young man.

He wrote: “Happy Birthday my dear son Ayoyimika Enzo Olarinde.

As you are growing from a boy into a handsome young man, may Yahushua always be there to guide you through life and may Yahweh bestow his wisdom upon you and protect you always. ~Dad”

See his post below:

Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that Daddy Freeze revealed that he is raising is daughters to regard themselves as equal to men.

He wrote: "I raise my daughters to consider themselves equal to men in privileges, opportunities and rights. If my daughter should slap a man, she CAN never come crying to me, claiming that she was slapped by a man, if she slapped the man first. As long as what the man gives her is in equal measure to what she gave him, I won’t take her side. This is how I raise my daughters. ~FRZ"

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