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Two days after sack, TV station offers Freeze a job



Many women do not have husbands because of feminism –Daddy Freeze

Exactly 48 hours after he was sacked from Cool FM following his last controversial picture post he shared on social media which pictured him cuddling and pecking the wife of stand-up comedian, Basketmouth whom he referred to in the post as an old family friend, a TV station which goes by the name of Casual Entertainment TV has offered Ifedapo Oyerinde, popularly known as Freeze, a job.

The TV station posted on its Twitter time-line that it could make do with the experience of the controversial radio personality when it tweeted thus; “We can use the experience of Freeze on our start-up online TV. Retweet this message till he gets this”.

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Meanwhile, while reacting to his reported sack, Freeze informed that his retrenchment from Cool FM has nothing to do with the controversial photo which he has since deleted from his Instagram page.

“I never address or dispel rumours but this is the height of it! @instablog9ja and have both carried all sorts of slanderous stories about me in the past, without confirmation, before posting their outrageous garbage.” He wrote on the short video and picture sharing social media platform.

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By Ahmed Boulor

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