Daddy Freeze Shades Africans, Says 'Our God Looks like Our Colonial Masters while Devil Looks like Us'

Daddy Freeze Shades Africans, Says 'Our God Looks like Our Colonial Masters while Devil Looks like Us'

- Daddy Freeze reacted to an Instagram post by a lady who shared a pictorial depiction of Jesus Christ as she celebrated Easter

- The controversial OAP pointed out the resemblance between her idea of Christ and the colonial masters

- His post earned him criticisms from a follower who shamed him over his recent adultery allegations in court

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Nigerian On-Air Personality, Daddy Freeze, has once again taken to social media to take a swipe at people who believe in the European representation of Jesus Christ.

Instagram user, @bevelynbeatty, shared a pictorial representation of a green-eyed portrait representation of Jesus Christ as she celebrated Easter.

Sharing a screenshot of her post, Freeze pointed out the resemblance shared between 'her lord and her colonial master'.

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Daddy Freeze Shades Africans, says 'Our God Looks Like Our Colonial Masters While Devil Looks Like Us'
Daddy Freeze Shades Africans in his recent Instagram posts. Photo credit: @daddyfreeze
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In his words:

"He is indeed your lord and of course your colonial master is still alive, after many years of neocolonialism and imperialism."

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He went on to make a snide remark about how God looked like the colonial masters while the devil looked like Africans.

Freeze added:

"No wonder our enemies are from our own villages while our saviors are from abroad."

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His post attracted several comments from people, one of whom was an Instagram user identified as Kelvin Ignatius who pointed out that the OAP had no morals to speak on such an issue as he should be in jail for the adultery he was accused of.

After blasting Ignatius, Freeze added:

"When they can’t counter my thesis with scriptures or logic, they begin insults and name calling.. Many of these mooncalves don’t even know their real parents o, they are here talking about adultery."

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Recall Daddy Freeze lost in the court case involving his current partner, Benedicta Elechi and her ex-husband, Paul Odekina.

A high court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, on February 18, 2021, ordered the OAP to pay the sum of N5m for committing adultery with Elechi at the time she was married to Odekina.

The presiding judge, Hon Justice Akpughunum, ruled that the money was for 'damages for depriving Odekina amiable consort of his wife'.

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