Freeze reacts to Majek Fashek’s performance at COZA
Controversial OAP Daddy freeze has his two cents to give over a recent appearance made by legendary singer Majek Fashek at a Nigerian church.
– Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) church in Abuja welcomed the reggae singer on their altar to perform – Freeze who thinks secular music is not for church spoke against it on social media Leader of Free the Sheeple movement, Daddy freeze, has taken a break from addressing tithing in Nigerian churches to speak against a recent appearance made by reggae singer, Majek Fashek at a Nigerian church.
Popular pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo of Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) church in Abuja recently shared photos of him welcoming Majek Fashek into the church. Sources revealed that the singer performed at the altar. The news prompted Freeze to speak up, hammering on the fact that secular music does not belong in the church.
Biodun Fatoyinbo shared photos of Majek on the COZA altar being given a celebrated welcome. He shared the photos with the caption: “Welcome to the Family! I want you to know that COZA is always home for you! ”
As the viral photos of Majek and Pastor Biodun circulated online, Daddy Freeze who came across the photos then spoke up against the practice of welcoming secular music in the house of God.
He said: “I am still searching for the sense in this. I am a huge Majek fan, but do I want to see him perform in a church? – How did we get here? – Maybe I’m wrong, but I thought christian altars are supposed to be sacrosanct… – Can a secular musician like Majek perform in a mosque? Have you ever seen an artiste like Majek perform in a Buddhist or Hindu temple? Can Majek perform inside the Okija shrine? or the soppona or ayelala shrine? – If other religions value their altars and keep them sacred, is it out of place to suggest we do the same? – We need to start asking ourselves these questions and we need to start asking them now! ~FRZ – #FreeTheSheeple ◄ Philippians 3 ►  Join together in following my example, brothers and sisters, and just as you have us as a model, keep your eyes on those who live as we do.  For, as I have often told you before and now tell you again even with tears, many live as enemies of the cross of Christ.  Their destiny is destruction, their god is their stomach, and their glory is in their shame. Their mind is set on earthly things.”
Meanwhile, Daddy Freeze recently praised T.B. Joshua, saying he respects him for speaking the truth about tithing. naij