Nigerian controversial OAP, Freeze, who dubs himself the leader of the ‘Free the sheeples’ movement, has advised his followers to make smart money moves and forget the idea of tithing.
The OAP in a fresh post made on his Instagram page cited the instance of American rapper, 50 Cent who in 2014 accepted bitcoin as a means of payment for his album before the cryptocurrency became popular.
“These same doltish pastors advertised MMM, a fraudulent Ponzi scheme, RIGHT FROM THEIR SATANIC PULPITS!
Where is the spirituality in these pastors? Oh yes, in twisting the Bible to make room for defrauding their congregations through tithes!
And don’t even come here to ask “Daddy Freeze why didn’t you see it?” Did I promise you I’ll help you generate wealth?
Only a big fool will believe that paying tithe to a pastor will bring increase…. A bigger fool believes that tithe Money is used to propagate the gospel of Christ.. HOW??? When all the equipment in the church comes in from China, their holiday destination is dubai, while they go to India for medical treatment!
Foolish dingbats, do you know if your tithe Money is used to build Mosques in Dubai or Hindu and Buddhist temples in India or China?
According to a new report from TMZ, the rapper was the first artist to accept Bitcoin as payment for his album, Animal Ambition in 2014. At the time Bitcoin was reportedly valued at $662/1 bitcoin equivalent. Fans could reportedly purchase the album for a fraction of a whole Bitcoin, according to TMZ.
Following the release of Animal Ambition, 50 reportedly raked in 700 bitcoins, which is equivalent to more than $400K, TMZ’s sources say. It seems as though 50 sat on the cryptocurrency until now, which was one smart move.
Bitcoin’s value has since fluctuated to between $10K and $12K, which means whenever 50 decides to cash those coins in, he will be walking away with anywhere between $7 to $8.5 million dollars.