Leader of the Free the Sheep Movement and celebrated broadcaster, Ifedayo Olarinde also known as Daddy Freeze has replied Pastor David Ibiyeomie saying he was devastated by the cleric’s outburst on him.
Pastor David Ibiyeomie who is the overseer of Porthacourt based Salvation Ministry had on Sunday described Freeze in lurid and uncomplimentary terms saying he would deal with him if he continued to insult Bishop David Oyedepo whom he described as his father.
But Freeze in his reply appealed appealedt to the police and his followers to take track of Ibiyeomie’s vituperations.
He said in a video on his timeline that if anything should happen to him, the pastor would be held responsible.
He said he at no point abuse or insult Bishop David Oyedepo stating that what he did was to quote scriptures to counter Oyedepo’s message.
‘i don’t know when it has become an offence to disagree. We disagree with ourselves based on our understanding of scriptures and I have challenged pastors to a live debate on some of these points of disagreements.’ he stated.
He said it’s unfortunate that Ibiyeomie went to the point of denigrading the Somalia people saying however that he is not from from Somalia. ‘ my father is Yoruba my mother is Europian. But I am proud of my Somalia people.:
By calling him a bastard, Freeze said Ibiyeomie was rubbishing his mother whom he said is a professor of law
He wondered why the police has not responded to the utterances of the cleric stating that he went beyond his boundaries.
Freeze deployed the derogatory terms used on him. He said, ‘Are you not aware that the word half caste is racist. It brings tears to my eyes that a black man will refer to a black man as half caste.
‘It is a derogatory statement to make. I put it to you to prove who my father is. Do you believe that what you did is not scriptural. You’re threatening my life. I want the world to know who is responsible if anything happens to my life.’
He promised to continue debunking perceived lies on the pulpit.
Concluding his response he said, ”it is the same book of Ephesians that Bishop quoted that I quoted from. I am calling for a debate on these scriptures. Rather than use scriptures to counter what I said you’re making derogatory statements about Somalia.’