Naira Marley: Daddy Freeze reacts to comments about singer emerging from hell (Video)

Naira Marley: Daddy Freeze reacts to comments about singer emerging from hell (Video)

 

Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze has reacted to the controversy prophecy shared by the clergyman, Apostle Chris Omashola about the singer, Naira Marley.

 

According to Omashola, God told him Naira Marley is satanic; and he’s out to destroy the destiny of youths of this generation.

 

Reacting to Omashola’s claim, Freeze wrote: “I won’t use the word demonic. It’s business as far as I’m concerned. He is simply serving a wicked and adulterous generation what they are craving for.

 

“This is formed on the crucible of demand and supply; if there is no demand, there won’t be any supply! ~FRZ.”

 

 

 

ALSO READ: Naira Marley declares May 30 ‘National Marlians Day’

 

Meanwhile, 1st News had reported that Apostle Omashola claimed that God told him that the rave of the moment, Naira Marley is a demon. Further, he held that the artiste is Satanic; and must repent before it is too late.

 

Equally important, Apostle Omashola posted his prophecies on Twitter this morning.

 

Specifically, here is what he wrote on the microblogging site, Twitter.

 

”In 2020, God told me, Naira Marley is A Demon, He is Satanic and should repent before it’s too late.

 

”His songs are demonically inspired to destroy the Destiny of The Youths of this generation; Nigerian youths should desist from calling themselves Marlians,” he wrote.

 

Naira Marley, real names Afeez Fashola; has been arguably the most notoriously popular Nigerian artiste in 2019.

 

Widely acclaimed as the President of the Marlians his fiercely loyal and also growing army of fans. Naira Marley has quickly gone from being arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for alleged cybercrime; to becoming a king of the streets.

 

 

Daily, the populace of these maverick coterie heightens; and they are also beginning to redefine the concept of fashion in the country.

 

Under the ‘No Mannaz’ mantra, a Marlian is not allowed to wear belt; either the trouser falls off or not. A man must possess a nonchalant attitude towards the norm. Trying to benefit from the movement, Aba boys, have launched a ‘Marlian’ clothing line to promote the culture.

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