Controversial on-air personality (OAP), Daddy Freeze has explained why it’s more rewarding to patronize a night clubby buying their liquor, than giving it to a Pentecostal church.
Freeze said this after Quilox boss, Shina Peller saved accident victims over the weekend, along Sagamu road, using his mouth to extract from a bus as FRSC ambulance had none.
Freeze took to his Instagram page to upload photos of Shina and wrote: “Why it’s more rewarding to use your money to buy liquor in @shinapeller‘s nightclub #Quilox than for you to give it to a Pentecostal church.“
There was an accident along the lagos Ibadan expressway and my good friend from the same hood as I, SHINA was passing by.
Not only did he stop to help, he siphoned fuel with his mouth because the ambulance on the scene did not have enough fuel.
He also gave one of his vehicles to take the injured to the hospital.
Freeze went further to ask “How many of your fake ass Daddy GOs would do this?
How many of them would use those their dirty, lying ass mouths anointed by satan himself to draw fuel?
How many will even stop?
“Many of the accidents along that road are caused by the traffic around the numerous satanic institutions set up where developed countries would have set up factories.
Freeze also made reference to te consumption of alcohol by Jesus and quoted the Bible to buttress his point “When Jesus was alive he drank alcohol and was accused to be in the presence of sinners (possibly in Night Clubs) so enjoying a bottle of Champagne or Henny with coke and ice at quilox in responsibility and moderation is actually Christ like.
“Matthew 11:19 NIV: The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and they say, ‘Here is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners.’ What could he have been drinking that they labeled him a drunkard? Lucozade boost?
He concluded that buying alcohol at night clubs also constitutes tax payment mediums as instructed by pastors
“More so, another reason to patronize them lies in the fact that the club employs people who earn a living through it and it pays taxes as instructed by our first pastors, the disciples; something most pastors and churches are blatantly disobeying.