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Mental Health Issues Are Not To Be Joked With – Daddy Freeze

Daddy Freeze

Daddy Freeze

Popular Instagram comedian, Cute Abiola has come out to say that he bought a brand new Mercedes Benz because he was depressed.

He recently had his say via his social media page, and Nigerians have been reacting.

Also reacting, Daddy Freeze simply congratulated him on his new ride while urging him to see a specialist to get better.

He added that mental health issues are not to be joked with so the comedian should do the needful.

His words, “Congrats on the Benz bro, but please try to see a specialist, mental health issues are not what you joke with!

Two things in my opinion.

1: if this were true, then see a specialist; mental health issues should not be taken lightly. Retail therapy helps, but it’s no cure for depression on the long term.

2: If this were a joke, I appeal to you not to make humor out of depression, as many people are currently dealing with this and it won’t be kind to make seeds of hilarity spring forth from their already burdensome situations.

Congrats on your Benz once again and stay blessed.”


Ifedayo Olarinde (born 6 May 1976), popularly known as Daddy Freeze, is a Nigerian broadcaster and radio talk show host.

Ifedayo Olarinde was born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania to a Nigerian father and a Romanian mother. He spent most of his growing years in Ibadan, Oyo State, where he attended the International School. He has a degree in sociology from the University of Ibadan.

Freeze started his radio career in 1996 with the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS), Ibadan and joined Cool FM in 2001 working in radio presenting, television and general entertainment. He is a senior broadcaster at Cool FM Lagos.

He is also an event compere. He has hosted a number of music concerts, comedy shows and Nollywood premieres in Nigeria, Ghana and the United Kingdom.


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