‘Taking money from your kids without paying back is manipulative’ – Daddy Freeze warns mothers

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Daddy Freeze, a controversial on-air personality, has cautioned moms to stop stealing money from their children with the goal of not repaying it.

Freeze said this while reacting to the post of an Instagram user who claimed he borrowed his mum money to buy a bag and when it was time to pay back she gave him funny excuses.

The account with the handle, @Dekunle27 wrote, “I borrowed someone € 350 to buy bag, e reach time to collect am back, she’s telling me she carried me for nine months.”

In response to this, Daddy Freeze claimed it’s manipulation under disguise and should be avoided.

He wrote: “Let’s be careful of what we normalize. This is NOT cute! It’s downright manipulative.-
If your mother wants you to dash her money, she should come out and say so! Also as a child you are obliged to give HER whatever you CAN AFFORD for a bag. Health, shelter etc are priorities, not a bag. But if you can afford it, buy it for her, but be firm enough to let her know that a loan must be repaid.

I consider myself quite generous as a son or inlaw, but I have zero tolerance for manipulation under any guise.
~FRZ.”

Recall that Daddy Freeze had congratulated Nigerian music star, Wizkid over his N232 million Rm030 Wristwatch.

DaddyFreeze who doesn’t hide the fact that he has a thing for luxury Wristwatches via his Instagram page revealed that it’s better to invest in the accessories for future benefits.

Sharing a photo on his verified Instagram page, Freeze wrote: ” @fakewatchbuster just certified @wizkidayo’s Rm030 as original. Congrats Big Wiz! Big Win!!!




When this watch was first released circa 2012, it cost about $150k. Today, 10 years later, a used one will sell for almost double that price.

Watches are a good investment! How many houses doubled their value ‘in Dollars’ within that same time frame?

Yes, houses tripled in Naira but can’t match anything hedged to a dollar.

In 2011 a U.S. dollar sold for 165 Naira so this watch would have been worth about N25 million. Today, with the dollar exchanging for over N800 that same watch at the current price of $290k would fetch N232 million Naira.

As yourself honestly, how many properties that were worth 25 million in 2011 would today sell for 232million?

Buy property, it’s safer and more secure, but when it comes to investing, consider adding a Rolex daytona stainless steel to your portfolio and thank me later. (The current waiting list for the stainless steel daytona is anything between 2 and 4 years and would more than double in value in USD immediately it’s received).

Don’t invest in watches if you don’t own a home. Remember, watches can’t shelter you.

~FRZ “



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