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“Songs seemingly promoting fraud aren’t 9ice” – Freeze on Falz’ statement



OAP Freeze

Since comedian, actor and rapper Falz’ condemnation of the use of music to celebrate cyber crime, there have been so many reactions. OAP Freeze, also shared his opinion on the subject via his instagram page.

In support of Falz’ statement, Freeze said:

I stand with @falzthebahdguy!

Its the glorification of Fraudsters that birthed the likes of Evans, and gave rise to the herds of moronic herbivores seeking his release!

Songs seemingly promoting fraud aren’t 9ice…….


  1. ss

    June 24, 2017 at 11:46 pm

    mo je ri e freeze..ko ma dasi ko doran

  2. jude

    June 25, 2017 at 7:36 am

    It’s a free world, falz can say anyfin e wants but d facts remains, does falz knw anyfin abt hussle? No. E just grow meet money. @ falz even ur papa femi falana, no fit come outside talk say na hin legal work give am everything wey hin get. @falz sey na fame u still dey find, cos I knw understand your problem. @falz u are a bastard. Ur papa sef na scam. Oloshi

    • #TeamJollofRice

      June 25, 2017 at 1:42 pm

      Jude, I strongly condemn your opinion. There is not justification for crime. The social media is awash with inspirational messages of people that persevered and endured till they were able to graduate and earn a decent living. Crime does not pay and has never paid. We have to unite against crime. I stand with all Nigerians that are against crime and oppression.

    • Jemimah

      June 25, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      Oh wow! Here’s a couple of Prozac, would you like a glad of water as well, mate?

  3. Jemimah

    June 25, 2017 at 3:30 pm


  4. lara

    June 25, 2017 at 11:46 pm

    Oga go and sit down, can you tell me you didn’t dance to yahoze and maga don pay, are you into fraud, don’t allow the songs we listen to influence us, it is just songs, party songs, while growing up I do listen to birthday sex, that does not mean I want to have sex.

  5. Jemila

    June 26, 2017 at 10:05 am

    Lara your IQ must be in its 30s. What the hell did u just say?

  6. janto fubu

    June 26, 2017 at 9:22 pm

    Nigerians are a bunch of idiots and hypocrite. Songs promoting fraud are bad but songs hailing IBB,ABACHA,Jagaban,Fashola,Buruji Kashamu,Dino Melaye and all the other waste of space kleptocrat leaders who have turned our young men to thieves and our young women into prostitutes are good? Youre all MAD walahi. The song is about the real in our society today,it is an accurate reflection of the times we are in. Deal with it.

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