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Akpororo, Daddy Freeze fight dirty over tithe

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By Ene Onoja

Stand-up comedian Akpororo has attacked Daddy Freeze over his stance on tithing.

The on-air personality recently mocked Akpororo for a ‘flopped’ show.

Mr Freeze found it convenient to taunt the comedian who has been a crusader for payment of tithes.

He wrote: “Wasn’t this the same comedian that insulted me and called me a wall gecko at the House of the Rock experience last December? Has his tithe stopped working for him or did he miss paying his tithe for a month?

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“Although he cursed me and said hurtful things about me, I have forgiven him and have nothing but love for him and wish he stopped paying or advertising this idolatrous tithe and worshiped God for who he really is in spirit and truth (John 4:24)

“Paying tithe is idolatry and harlotry, it’s the worship of demons, the veneration of mammon and the hero worship of Satan who according to 2nd Corinthians 4:4, is the God of this world. Christ our high priest never collected tithes and neither did the disciples, who were our first bishops and GOs.”

Responding to the remarks, Akpororo in a video clip mentioned that he does not regret paying tithe, adding that he earns remarkable results whenever he pays.

“I still pay my tithe and it still works for me,” he argued. “Look at the picture; I had a good show. The place was full.”

It, however, did not end there! Akpororo threw a jab as he told Daddy Freeze to be sensible.

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