- OAP Daddy Freeze has said that the King James Version (KJV) of the bible is the worst and most heretic Bible translation of all time
- The media personality stated that the bible translated Lucifer to be Satan, which he claimed not to be right
- Daddy Freeze advised people against using it
OAP Ifedayo Olarinde popularly known as Daddy Freeze has made a case against the King James Version (KJV) of the bible. According to the radio personality, the KJV bible is a modern-day slave book.
OAP Freeze made his statement while speaking about Lucifer who is popularly referred to as Satan.
The controversial media personality revealed that Lucifer was mentioned by one Jerome, who translated the Latin vulgate from the Vestus Latina.
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According to him, Lucifer was mentioned 4 times in the Latin vulgate and it was completed in the year 405, about 100 years before the English language was invented and 1,200+ years before the first English Bible was written in 1611.
Listing the bible verses that had other names for Lucifer, Daddy Freeze said that the KJV misled people into believing that Satan is Lucifer.
He revealed that a chapter (2nd Peter 1:19 ) in the new testament of the bible declared Christ to be Lucifer.
"So how did Lucifer become Satan? Because King James, the worst and most heretic Bible translation of all time declared him so; IN GRAVE ERROR! The King James Bible is the modern-day slave book, use it at your own peril!"
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Daddy Freeze defended Leke Adeboye after he was criticized for dressing like a gangster.
An evangelist identified as Victor Edet on Facebook had cautioned Leke for what he believed to be 'gangster dressing'. The photo shared on his page was that of Leke wearing a cap turned backwards.
Reacting, Daddy Freeze in his post stated that there was nothing wrong with Leke's dressing. He asked the pastor to enlighten people if there is a scriptural dress code for pastors.
In another story, Daddy Freeze reacted after a US church refunded three years of tithe to the church.
Freeze advised Nigerian general overseers of churches to do the same. According to him, they should give back one year of tithes to their members so they have something to eat.