- Singer Mr P recently took to his Instagram page with a question that seemed to have been giving him sleepless nights
- The music star wondered why rich folks do not ‘hit the ground’ during deliverance services in religious gatherings
- Media personality, Daddy Freeze, came to the rescue of Mr P as he gave him a response to the question
Music star Peter Okoye aka Mr P in a recent Instagram post shared a question with fans and followers with the hope of getting an explanation from them.
The ex-Psquare member wondered why people who are successful and wealthy do not fall under the influence of the holy spirit during deliverance services held in religious institutions.
In his words:
"I’m still wondering why rich people don’t fall down during deliverance services."
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See his post below:
Some fans and followers were sen in the singer’s comment section with different responses to his question.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"They can't afford to stain there expensive clothes now."
"I’ve seen rich people fall o."
"They're delivered already that's why."
"This table wey you dey shake na one nail hol am ooh."
"Be like deliverance service na for poor people only."
"...because their money’s gat their back."
Daddy Freeze wades in
Media personality and spiritual leader, Daddy Freeze, was also among those who came across Mr P's post.
Reacting on his Instagram page, Freeze submitted that the rich folks do not fall during deliverance services because they have been delivered from poverty.
See his post below:
Pastor lifts man, throws him into congregation during deliverance service
Some weeks ago, Legit.ng reported that footage from a church service during one of its deliverance sessions generated reactions on social media.
In the video that made rounds, the pastor lifted a tall man off the ground and threw him into the congregation.
The church members scampered for safety as they watched the pastor repeat the act in another section of the congregation.