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  • Updated: Jan 19, 2021

Daddy Freeze Shades Buhari With Pigeons Drama (VIDEO)

Daddy Freeze Shades Buhari With Pigeons Drama (VIDEO)

...Wahala for who him pigeon no fly

Controversial media personality, Ifedayo Lucian Olarinde, popularly known as 'Daddy Freeze’ is at it again and this time he cleverly throws shade at the number one citizen of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari.

Daddy Freeze shared a video on his Instagram page where he wrote "Yaaay my pigeons flew!" asking if he could be the president if the pigeons fly.
"Yaaay my pigeons flew!?? Wahala for who him pigeon no fly ????"



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This is coming After the white pigeons released by President Buhari and some Nigerian Governors refused to fly on the 2021 Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

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Daddy Freeze has been on the news for his many controversial responses to issues, just recently he made a mockery of prophets that predicted that United States president, Donald Trump will maintain his seat in the 2020 presidential elections.

The ritual of releasing doves is to commemorate the life of a departed loved one and is common at significant events like funerals or memorials. It also signifies peace.

Studies show that domesticated doves which are used to living in cages are not always keen on flying.

The Vatican stopped the ritual in 2014 when Pope Francis released two birds that would not fly out of the window of the papal apartment and required several attempts to get the birds to fly out over a crowd of spectators.

A similar incident occurred just the year prior at an event where Pope Benedict XVI released doves during a Holocaust remembrance event. The doves were attacked by a gull, with one dove being singled out and injured, according to Wikipedia.

In 2014, the doves refused to fly when former President Goodluck Jonathan freed them. The Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry Enugu, Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka, described the incident at the time as a sign that God had abandoned Jonathan.

The refusal of the birds to fly on Friday, however, sparked thousands of comments on social media.

Daddy Freeze is also well-known for his open criticism of Christian religious leaders on matters ranging from tithe and their lavish lifestyles.

He was born on May 6, 1976, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania to a Nigerian father from Oyan Town in Odo-Otin Local Government Area in Osun state and a Romanian mother. For his primary education, he attended International School, Ibadan. He went on to acquire a degree in Sociology from the University of Ibadan.

He started out his career as a radio host with the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS), Ibadan in 1996. He moved on to join Cool FM as a Radio Presenter in 2001.  Daddy Freeze has hosted several musical concerts and Nollywood movie premieres not just in Nigeria but in the United Kingdom and Ghana too.


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