Daddy Freeze Reacts To D’banj’s Statement On Tithing

Daddy Freeze

On Air Personality, Daddy Freeze, has told popular Nigerian musician D’banj, that Tithing is not a part of Christianity.

This comes less than 48 hours after D’banj declared publicly that he pays his tithes and does not care what pastors do with it.

Recall that the “Oliver Twist” crooner while performing during Omotola Jalade’s 4oth birthday party on Monday, called out Freeze – a staunch critique of tithing – and challenged him on paying tithe.

But reacting on Tuesday, Daddy Freeze advised D’banj to always care about what pastors use tithe money for.

The OAP further criticized pastors who use tithe money to build schools, while poor church members cannot afford the fees.

He said: “@iambangalee you appreciate my opinion, thank you and I extend you the same courtesy.

“However, you can’t say you don’t care what the tithe is being used for, that’s wrong!

“It’s why Nigeria, that produced the most people living in extreme poverty on earth, according to world poverty is also produced the world’s richest pastors according to Forbes, it doesn’t add up!

“Pastors are disobeying Christ by building schools with tithe money, yet poor church members can’t attend, in contrast to teachings of Jesus who instructed us to love one our neighbors as ourselves, this he said is the greatest commandment: Matthew 22-37-40 these same pastors in their uttermost hypocrisy are telling us to obey Malachi while they disobey Jesus!

“Nigeria with a population of less than 200 million, has 82.8million people living in extreme poverty, far more than India with a population of 1.3billion which has only 81.5 million poor people.

“Tithe is not, was not and will never be a part of Christianity. Jesus never collected tithes, the disciples and apostles never collected tithes either.

“Jesus never collected first fruit offering either…. our first pastors the disciple and apostles didn’t collect it.

“It’s a curse to obey ‘tithe’ and ‘first fruit’ under the law and disobey the rest of the Law of Moses.

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