Daddy Freeze slams those criticizing him for imitating Nedu

Written by on February 29, 2024

Transitioning into the world of podcasts, media personality Daddy Freeze joins the ranks of Nedu, Toke Makinwa, Phyna, and Teju Babyface, who have thrived in this burgeoning industry. His decision to venture into podcasting comes as no surprise, given the popularity and profitability of the medium among media personalities.

Previously, Daddy Freeze had teased his audience with a snippet of his interview with Reekado Banks, during which they discussed the musician’s rift with Wizkid. Encouraged by positive feedback, including a fan’s praise in the comments section, Daddy Freeze proceeded confidently with his podcasting endeavor.

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“Like play like play, Daddy Freeze don start him own podcast oo. Way to go, sir”.

Not pleased with his comment, Daddy Freeze via his Instagram page, addressed him and others as he made it known that he has been doing podcasts forever 5 years now.

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Sharing proof of his interview sessions with celebrities which dated back to 2019, he made it known that he has been in the game for a long and wasn’t following anyone’s footsteps.

“For those of you who said I just started podcasts can you take a look at the date on this one? None of your popular podcasters had started podcasts in 2019???”.

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Daddy Freeze slams critics over his podcast
Daddy Freeze slams critics over his podcast

This left a fan questioning if he was the one who paved the way for other podcasters.

Tublez Empire wrote, “So na u page way for the new podcasters?

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One I Am Stepee wrote, “Freeze was even doing this since before it became popular now even mad man get podcast

One Adeyinka Michael wrote, “Evidence dey

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One God The Way Maker wrote, “E don they senior man oh

One Modified 2pee wrote, “Be like d person just join IG ni

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One Shegzy Kiz wrote, “Baba no need to explain for them”.

The music industry has been engaged in a lively debate recently concerning the influence of older musicians on the success of younger artists.

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In a recent interview, Eedris criticized Burna Boy for dismissing the idea that anyone paved the way for him. He claimed responsibility for spearheading a revolution in 2005 that led to global recognition for himself, Wizkid, Davido, and others.

Crediting himself for their success, Eedris highlighted his revolt against the poor treatment of Nigerian artists by show promoters, notably his clash with 50 Cent and his entourage.

Burna Boy responded by shifting blame onto those who donated money for Eedris’s hospital bills. Expressing a desire for a face-to-face meeting, Burna Boy criticized Eedris for his inaccessibility.

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Their disagreement escalated into an online exchange, with Eedris penning an essay in response to Burna Boy’s comments.

Rappers Ice Prince and Skibii also joined the discussion, mocking Eedris sarcastically.

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In contrast, Odumodublvck offered a different perspective, asserting that no one paved the way for him. He attributed his success to his hustling spirit rather than external influence, emphasizing that credit for success belongs to God.

However, Cynthia Morgan and Jaywon disagreed with Odumodublvck’s stance. Cynthia criticized his perceived hypocrisy, questioning how he could claim to be inspired by others without acknowledging their influence.

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Jaywon further challenged Odumodublvck, questioning how he would react if an upcoming artist made similar statements about him. This led to an exchange of insults between the two online.

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