Popular Nigerian media personality Daddy Freeze has admitted that since the day he was born, he has never handed his mother any money.
This was revealed by the radio presenter on his social media page, who also claimed that the act is not blessed.
According to Daddy Freeze, one only receives blessings when they give to the needy. He claimed that giving money to your wealthy parents is not a blessing.
The media celebrity claims that if a person hands money to their parents in hard times, they would be blessed.
He wrote; “There is no blessing in giving your rich parents money. The blessing is when you give to the poor. If your parents are struggling then you are blessed when you give them money or assist them. ‘Honor your father & mother’ should not be monetized!”
Freeze added; ‘Stop normalizing entitlement behavior.’
Akin Alabi commented; A mother that has a life will not even want you to prioritize her over your wife.
Freeze replied; Shey na my mama wey be Professor of Law, Vice Chancellor of ABUAD wan get time put mouth for my matter? Sometimes one week sef, my mama never pick my call.. My mother is too busy with her career and doing well financially. I have never, as a matter of fact, given my mother money before. The woman hold her side pieces.
When a social media user beautifulbubes wrote; Please give to your mother even if she’s richer than you. I love to give my mother, there’s this smile she gives me that always gladdens my heart. There’s Joy that comes with giving to our parents.
Freeze added; no need… she has no need for it. Money will NEVER make my mother smile. She was not raised with Nigerian mentality. When I was younger, a politician in Ibadan came to see my mum and dropped some money with her PA. My mum drove to his house to return the money. The only money my mum values is the one she earned! Change your mentality.
Another IG user lovelymoodflowerz said; This is not an excuse for not giving your mother money. You that look hardheaded and troublesome like this must have given her financial hard time, abeg reciprocate her kindness.
In response, Freeze wrote: “My mother does not need my money. She never has and never will. You have to understand that poverty did not find permanent residence in every home. Some people are well off and don’t need your money. You can’t understand that when money is your god and poverty is your sibling.”