Majek Fashek's Manager Threatens To Beat Up Daddy Freeze
Majek Fashek's manager, Uzoma Omenka, has warned radio personality, Daddy Freeze, to keep the legendary musician out of his mouth, or prepare to bare the consequences.
Daddy Freeze in his continuous attack on pastors and many churches in Nigeria, might have just stepped into the wrong battlefield.
The very vocal OAP took to his Instagram page on Tuesday, December 19, 2017, where he said that it was wrong for a secular musician to perform at a church, after Majek Fashek performed at the Christmas concert of Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo's COZA church in Abuja.
"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?" Freeze wrote on Instagram.
In his response, Uzoma made a video message with Majek Fashek by his side blasting Daddy Freeze for his utterance, and warning him never to mention Majek's name else he'll be beaten up.
According to him, "there’s nothing wrong with a world class legend Majek Fashek who’s music sends the right message to be invited to perform in any church. To Daddy Freeze you need to do your research properly before wagging your mouth and speaking like a Kid. And as Majek has said you need to repent. @biodunfatoyinbo thank you once more for impacting positively into the life’s of Young Nigerian and making them believe in themselves".
There’s nothing wrong with a world class legend Majek Fashek who’s music sends the right message to be invited to perform in any church. To Daddy Freeze u need to do your research properly b4 wagging your mouth and speaking like a Kid. And as Majek has said you need to wake up for the kingdom of GOD is at Hand. @biodunfatoyinbo thanks ?? you once more for impacting positively into the life’s of Young Nigerian and making the believe in themselves.