It is okay to ask… but… it is NOT okay to make
Daddyfreeze received a message at 6:59am on July 8th from Ynaija.
Here is what Ynaija sent. Verbatim!
“Hi Daddyfreeze, we will like to get your response on reports that you’ll be granting an interview to Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo soon as part of a series of plans he has outlined, with the aim of controlling the narrative on the COZA scandal.
Note… they said “Aim of controlling the narrative”
And where did they get this from?
Here is Daddyfreezes’ response to this message:
From the very first video I did in this issue, I made it clear that my platform was available to both parties in the spirit of truth and fairness as the scripture teacher that I pride myself to be and brandish with boldness on the bio of all my social media accounts.
Also, I personally find the line ‘controlling the narrative’ Somewhat mischievous, especially when it is coming from what is supposed to be a world class media house. Which in my opinion should moreso concern itself with having an ‘equitable narrative.’
I do not condone rape or abuse of religious office in any way or form and agree that when an activity seems to raise threats of harm to humans, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.
This not withstanding we must judge righteous judgement.
In the court of law, both parties will be entitled to a proper defense team and the right to a fair hearing.
Since this matter is already being judged before the court of public opinion, I’d like to suggest that those rights be maintained.
“Look beneath the surface so you can judge correctly.”
John 7:24 =NLT
“My brothers and sisters, believers in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ must not show favoritism.”
James 2:1 – NIV
“Do not show partiality in judging; hear both small and great alike. Do not be afraid of anyone, for judgment belongs to God. Bring me any case too hard for you, and I will hear it.”
Deuteronomy 1:17 – NIV