Nigerians have taken to social media to react to the news of a popular On-Air Personality being involved in an adultery scandal. A federal High Court in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria have demanded the sum of 5 million naira to be paid by Daddy Freeze for his involvement with a married woman, Benedicta Elechi.
The sum is to be paid to the woman's husband, Paul Odekina. Paul was reportedly married to the woman at the time the incident happened. After being fined by the presiding judge, the marriage between Benedicta and her husband was also legally dissolved as a result of this adulterous act.
For now Daddy Freeze is quiet on the matter, he's said he'll make an official statement via his official Instagram handle in due time, although not immediately. However Nigerians have reacted to this news outrageously, some said they never thought Daddy Freeze could be a home breaker, some said they thought he was a saint just like Pastors and other men of God, see how Nigerians reacted below:
What are your thoughts on this? Did it came to you as a suprise as well? What could be Daddy Freeze's side of the story? Do you think the 5 million naira fine is okay? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
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