Daddy Freeze slams Geneviève Nnaji for ‘spiritualizing’ mental health


Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze has mocked actress, Genevieve Nnaji for believing that mental health is spiritual.

Kemi Filani previously reported that Genevieve took to her Instagram Story to confess that mental health is more spiritual than physical.

She urged people to rededicate their lives to God, to serve Him and to be rebaptized.

Tapping her, Daddy Freeze said being a celebrity doesn’t make her an authority on issues.

Addressing her, he claimed that if she had said that sanity was both physical and spiritual, he would have agreed with her.

He mentioned that his comment is why churches are filled with pastors who lie to cure insanity instead of sending them to a mental hospital.

He taught him that God had provided hospitals for humans to regulate their mental health.

“I humbly disagree and here are my reasons.

After decades of studying psychiatry and spirituality, you make that deduction? I say this all the time, because a celebrity has a huge following doesn’t necessarily make them an authority on matters. If she said it was both spiritual and physical, I would agree that is her opinion.

However, categorically stating that it is more spiritual than physical is why churches are filled with pastors trying to cure madness with speaking in tongues, olive oil and prayers, instead of sending the people for appropriate psychiatric assessment and treatment.

God has already fixed our mental health issues, that’s why we have hospitals! “.

Kemi Filani News Recall Papa Freeze trolled, for insinuating he was a beggar.

He said not everyone is a beggar after meeting financially dynamic people.

Daddy Freeze made this known after the troll reacted to a photo of himself and Nigerian billionaire and socialite Obi Cubana at a recent event.

In his comment, the troll urged Daddy Freeze to show his followers some love, saying he probably had received a bank alert after meeting Obi Cubana and electronic money.

In response, Daddy Freeze said attending the event had cost him dearly, from the Agbada he wore to Gucci shoes, adding that not everyone was a beggar.


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