The on air personality (OAP) and also online influencer who criticizes pastors who receive tithes in their churches, popularly known as Daddy Freeze, has come under criticism after the post he made on his social media handle cost a DSTV worker his job.
The online influencer made a post of how he called the Television cable network providing company DSTV and the costumer care according to him was rude and didn't do a job a costumer care should have done.
Then the said costumer care who picked his call then made a post that he has finally been sacked because of what Daddy Freeze post, as you can see below:
This was why a Twitter user brought up the issue on Twitter with many supporting Freeze and some against him, below are their reactions:
Do you think what Freeze did was the right thing or do you think the customer care guy must have been rude and deserves the sack. Make your opinions heard in the comments section.
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