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Sunday, 20 November 2016

Daddy Freeze, Really?






Daddy Freeze posted this a few days ago following a similar statement made by businessman, former Head of Sales of Smile Communications, now Sales Director at Internet SolutionsChiekezi Dozie


I do find this kind of talk very divisive and unfounded but apparently some people think he's speaking facts. What do you think?


16 comments:

  1. Lol
    Of course he is being serious

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  2. To each his own, there are some points he mentioned I agree with but not all, I feel there are less offensive ways to pass a sensitive message like this across. On the point of cleanliness I agree but it does not apply to ALL Igbo or Yoruba ladies.
    A Girl

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  3. I have two friends, guys... One is Ikwerre & the other Kalabari & they swear by this. They always said if their mums weren't Igbo they wouldn't have had the good life they are enjoying now. So yeah I agree, Igbo wives never give up no matter how bad things are & they always strive for success.

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    1. Such myopic and ignorant statement. I can swear by the fact that without my mom I wouldn't have had the good life I'm enjoying now. My mom never gives up no matter how BAD things get. And yes they got really bad over the years.

      Right now she is fighting breast cancer with all her power and might. Chemotherapy and all but she still finds strength to put food on the table. She is YORUBA.
      When would you people stop putting everyone in the same box?

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  4. It's fact abt the cleanliness part. I have to use the bus in the morning to work and the level of body odour at that time of the morning is inexcusable. How do I know they are Yoruba? When they speak! This is more common with the ladies, the smell from their armpit is deadly, how much is deodorant since just bathing isn't cutting it. Now wen I get to work, 2 Yoruba smellos exist. This guy I'm sure just doesn't bath but will be forming big boy, he smells like shit. And a lady who smells like trash. How do I survive working with these ppl everyday? I'm endangering my health and I'm going crazy!

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    1. 😂😂😂😂😂😂 at endangering your health and going crazy! Pele!

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    2. End your misery and resign! Not sure you will be allowed to beat the smellos up, or does your HR encourage that?

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    3. Hahahah. But body odor is not unique to any tribe na.

      Peace

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  5. I gave up on Freeze a very long time ago..

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  6. People must learn to not bring certain issues to public domain! It creates more problems than can be envisaged.

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  7. Freeze!!!!!I hate to admit this but on some of the list above,he is right..On the issue of cleanliness,we are what we make ourselves...TNHW

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  8. Freeze na fool. Thought yall knew that already.

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  9. I'm Yoruba but I hate to admit that I quite agree with him on the issue of cleanliness. I served in Ikire, Osun State and every time other corp members pointed out that we are the dirtiest people in Nigeria, the surroundings and the people didn't use to help my argument.

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  10. Yoruba people and dirty go hand in hand. What do you say about people that will let their kids play in the dirt, feeding off it even with flies everywhere. Selling food beside an overflowing gutter, frying akara close to a heap of dustbin, even drinking agbo and gisting early in the morning next to a gutter. Such filth!

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  11. This one fit hurt my political career... I plead the fifth.

    /Toothfairy

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