Controversial Nigerian media personality Daddy Freeze has tackled critics of Mavin boss record label Don Jazzy.

The social media users expressed displeasure over the new lifestyle of Don Jazzy, which seemed very different from his old personality.

They opined that Don Jazzy’s former mysterious personality was way cooler than the current lifestyle of always seen with women in steamy videos.

Reacting, Daddy Freeze said he loves Don Jazzy’s new lifestyle pointing out that he is one of the most accessible celebrities, helps many upcoming acts and has become a far more relatable brand.

Daddy Freeze also questioned how many of Don Jazzy’s big mates are still socially relevant today.

He wrote: To be honest I liked @donjazzy then…. The boss brand was awesome. But I love the New Donjazzy, so much more! He is one of the most accessible celebrities, helps a lot of upcoming acts and has become a far more relatable brand.

How many of his mates who were big back then are still socially relevant today? These are real qualities of a DON!

Kemi Filani News recalls Daddy Freeze challenged Pastor David Ibiyomie, founder of Salvation Ministries to a doctrinal battle.

Daddy Freeze publicly declared his interest to challenge him to an online debate where they tackle some doctrines.

Daddy Freeze made this known on his Instagram page while reacting to a statement he made where he condemned non-tithers.

The clergyman stated that failure to pay tithe is criminal, punishable, and attractive to curses.

Disapproving his statement, Daddy Freeze called on him to engage in a friendly doctrinal debate where they talk about the need for tithing.

He expressed his interest in hosting him to an online debate where both views can be aired with the public being the judge.

“Dear Pastor David IbiyomieI greet you and I bring you glad tidings.
I saw the above statement on the blogs, I am aware that blogs misquote people from time to time as I have been victim myself, so if you didn’t make the above statement kindly make this known for clarity.
However, if you did make the statement, I hereby invite you to a public doctrinal debate on tithing and why it is NOT for Christians, from my scriptural perspective.