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OAP Freeze claims Pastor Paul spoke subtly about him during his sermon on Sunday. Below is what he wrote to back it up...

'Dear Pastor Paul, I heard you snuck me into your sermon last Sunday, saying certain things about me, I sincerely hope this is untrue.

In my quest to teach the truth about Christianity and salvation, I have never for once, out of the abundance of my respect for you, spoken ill about you before my congregation. This is not to say that I agree entirely with your teaching, but it's borne out of reverence for the first Christian teacher, unto whom the custody of my tutorship was handed.
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Like I mentioned to you the last time we spoke at length a few weeks ago, there is a rot in the body of Christ, from within the fold, emanating from the very ones entrusted with gathering and nurturing the sheep.
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You might disagree with me in public, but I am positive, that in your quiet moments, when you dialogue with your soul, you, as well as most of the other shepherds, know that my message is the truth and that the revolution has become inevitable.
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I am not here by my doing, but by the instance of the almighty Father, who has chosen me for a time like this. However, if you choose to disagree with the truth that I preach, do so wisely, so as not to make yourself a hurdle in the path of God's word.
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If we study the book of 1st Corinthians 3:5-9 which says: [5] After all, who is Apollos? Who is Paul? We are only God’s servants through whom you believed the Good News. Each of us did the work the Lord gave us. [6] I planted the seed in your hearts, and Apollos watered it, but it was God who made it grow. [7] It’s not important who does the planting, or who does the watering. What’s important is that God makes the seed grow.
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In the scheme of things you and I are unimportant, we are simply 'planters' and 'waterers'; messengers and bearers of the word. What matters is God who makes the seed (message) grow and the people whom the message is meant for, so its not about you or I.
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I am here to depopulate the 'temple of events' and populate the body of Christ, because what you call the church, is more of an events/business centre to me, as the Bible is clear in Acts 7:48 and Acts 17:24 that the LORD does not dwell in buildings made by human hands. ~Freeze

 

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Veteraran musician, Charly Boy’s daughter, Dewy Oputa, seems to have come out as gay after insinuations from the public in the past.

She attended the Atlanta Gay pride in the US and shared a photo with the LGBT logo, over the weekend, and on her profile, she has the LGBT logo attached to her name.


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 A Google Doodle is celebrating the 272nd birthday of a key figure in the abolition of the slave trade – Here is his story.

Olaudah Equiano is believed to have been born in Essaka, Nigeria, on October 16, 1745, although there is debate among historians around his origins.

When he was about 11 years old, he and his sister were kidnapped when their parents were out, and sold to slave traders.

Equiano was eventually shipped across the Atlantic ocean to Barbados, before being forced to travel yet further to the British colony of Virginia.

In 1754, he was bought by Royal Navy lieutenant Michael Pascal and given the name "Gustavus Vassa" after a king of Sweden, which he used the rest of his life.

Pascal took Equinao to England, and his slave accompanied him during the Seven Years' War in France, assisting the ship's crew during battles.

He also learned to read and write while in Britain, and was baptised in Westminster in 1759.

Eventually, Equiano was sold to Robert King, an American Quaker, who in 1765 promised him that he could buy his freedom for his purchase price (about £6,000 in today's money).

King improved Equiano's education, and allowed him to trade for his own profit, as well as his master's – it took the slave just two years to buy his liberty.

As a free man, he spent several years working at sea, travelling to the Arctic and Central America, and settled into London life.

There, in the 1780s, Equinao became a prominent figure in the abolitionist movement, becoming close to several key players in the effort to end the slave trade.

Backed financially by these supporters, he wrote a memoir: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, published in 1789.

The first influential slave narrative, it became a massive best-seller, and helped to fuel the anti-slavery movement in the UK and beyond.

Equiano travelled Britain extensively to promote his book and spread awareness of the human realities of lives of slaves.

The memoir was so popular that it went through nine editions during his lifetime, and was one of the catalysts for the Slave Trade Act of 1807, which abolished the trade of African slaves for Britain and its colonies.

Unfortunately, Equinao never got to see the fruits of his labour – he died in 1797 in Middlesex, a year after his wife, Susannah Cullen, who he had married in 1792.

The couple had two daughters after settling in Cambridgeshire, named Anna Maria and Joanna.

When Anna died at the age of four, her younger sister inherited Equiano's estate – from the humblest of origins, the former slave had amassed a considerable sum, worth more than £80,000 today.

 

 

 

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The second floor women’s department of Bloomingdales in midtown New York City transformed into a fenty university pep-rally on Friday (Oct. 13) for Rihanna. Hundreds of Rihanna and fashion fans showed up “after relatively short notice” for the Fenty x Puma pop up show featuring the singer's Autumn/Winter ‘17 collection. The ready to wear line premiered earlier in March during Paris Fashion Week.

Alongside sweatpants and crop tops, some hot items available for purchase included shoelace-stringed beanies coming in black or navy, black backpacks with Rihanna’s birth year 1988, and flannel patterned caps. Side displays featured the signature creepers and suede sliders alongside the latest ankle-strapped sneakers. But the highlight of the display was teddy bear shaped backpacks with the letter "F" embroidered center.

Waiting for Rihanna’s arrival, DJ Pedro warmed up the crowd with a slew of hits by Future, Travis Scott, and The Weekend. As time passed, eager fans (and employees needing to clock in) started asking the whereabouts of the superstar designer — a security guard mentioning “she’s still stuck in traffic.” At one point, the DJ triggered a false alarm of “she’s here’s” when he cued “Wild Thoughts.”

Finally at 1:15pm (the event was originally scheduled to end at 1pm EST), The Marching Cobras of New York, a local youth marching band, came out to perform a re-edition of Cardi B’s Hot 100 hit “Bodak Yellow.” Rihanna strutted off an elevator right behind them wearing a long sleeve flannel with a shoelace, zipper, and corset-fit finish, baggy blue sweatpants, and white creepers.

Standing center stage underneath an arch of yellow and red balloons, the “Queen of Fenty University” greeted her fans: “I never went to University, but if I did I would want it to be this lit!” In a matter of a few minutes, she thanked Bloomingdales and Puma before posing for pictures and heading to her next appearance.

Friday the 13 is a fashion packed day for Rihanna. The pop-up event also coincides with the launch of the galaxy collection for her makeup line Fenty Beauty.

 

 

 

 

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DJ Spinall has announced the release of his 3rd album – “DREAMS.”

The album features Wizkid, Davido, Wande Coal, Olamide, YC, Wurld, Reekado Banks, Simi, Mr Eazi, Niniola & Harry Songz, with production from DJ Spinall himself, Killertunes , Pheelz , Stunna, and Dabeat.

Listen to DREAMS HERE.

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Son of late actor Sam Loco Efe, Omoruyi Loco Efe has released his pre wedding photos with his long time girlfriend Ekundayo Oyeniyi.

They are set to wed on the 28th of October in Ibadan, Oyo State. 

Good looking out to them!



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To mark her 25th birthday yesterday, American rapper Cardi B put her boyfriends face Offset from the rap group, Migos, on her nails for her birthday celebration. 

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American rapper, Cardi B just broke another record as her single ‘Bodak Yellow’ tops the Billboard chart for the third week in a row, breaking Lauryn Hill’s 19year old billboard record.



Good looking out to her!

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Check out the full list of winners from the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards ;

Best Hip-Hop Video

Cardi B – Bodak Yellow

DJ Khaled f. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller – Wild Thoughts

French Montana f. Swae Lee – Unforgettable

Future – Mask Off

Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE. (WINNER)

Best Collabo, Duo or Group

DJ Khaled f. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller – Wild Thoughts (WINNER)

French Montana f. Swae Lee – Unforgettable

Migos f. Lil Uzi Vert – Bad And Boujee

Rae Sremmurd f. Gucci Mane – Black Beatles

Yo Gotti f. Nicki Minaj – Rake It Up

Hot Ticket Performer

Cardi B

Chance The Rapper

Drake

J. Cole

Kendrick Lamar (WINNER)

Lyricist of the Year

Chance The Rapper

Drake

J. Cole

JAY-Z

Kendrick Lamar (WINNER)

Video Director of the Year

Benny Boom (WINNER)

Colin Tilley

Dave Meyers and Missy Elliott

Director X

Hype Williams

DJ of the Year

DJ Drama

DJ Envy

DJ Esco

DJ Khaled (WINNER)

DJ Mustard

Producer of the Year

DJ Khaled and Nasty Beatmakers

DJ Mustard

London On Da Track

Metro Boomin (WINNER)

Mike Will Made It

Pharrell Williams

MVP of the Year

Cardi B

Chance The Rapper

DJ Khaled (WINNER)

JAY-Z

Kendrick Lamar

Single of the Year

Bad And Boujee – Produced By Metro Boomin (Migos f. Lil Uzi Vert)

Bodak Yellow – Produced By J. White Did It (Cardi B) [WINNER]

HUMBLE. – Produced By Mike Will Made It (Kendrick Lamar)

Mask Off – Produced By Metro Boomin (Future)

Wild Thoughts – Produced By DJ Khaled and Nasty Beatmakers (DJ Khaled f. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller)

Album of the Year

DJ Khaled – Grateful

Future – FUTURE

J. Cole – 4 Your Eyez Only

JAY-Z – 4:44

Kendrick Lamar – DAMN. (WINNER)

Migos – Culture

Best New Hip-Hop Artist

Aminé

Cardi B (WINNER)

Kodak Black

Playboi Carti

Tee Grizzley

Hustler of the Year

Cardi B (WINNER)

Chance The Rapper

Diddy

DJ Khaled

JAY-Z

Kendrick Lamar

Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip-Hop Style)

A$AP Rocky

Cardi B (WINNER)

Future

Migos

Nicki Minaj

Best Mixtape

Cardi B – Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 2 (WINNER)

Gucci Mane – Droptopwop

Juicy J – Gas Face

Playboi Carti – Playboi Carti

Tee Grizzley – My Moment

Yo Gotti & Mike Will Made It – Gotti Made-It

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse

Chance The Rapper – I’m The One (DJ Khaled f. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne)

Gucci Mane – Black Beatles (Rae Sremmurd f. Gucci Mane)

Lil Uzi Vert – Bad And Boujee (Migos f. Lil Uzi Vert)

Nicki Minaj – Rake It Up (Yo Gotti f. Nicki Minaj) [WINNER]

Ty Dolla $ign – Ain’t Nothing (Juicy J f. Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign)

Wiz Khalifa – Ain’t Nothing (Juicy J f. Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign)

Impact Track

Cardi B – Bodak Yellow

JAY-Z – The Story Of O.J. (WINNER)

Kendrick Lamar- HUMBLE.

Kendrick Lamar – DNA.

Lecrae – Blessings f. Ty Dolla $Ign

Tyler, The Creator – Who Dat Boy f. A$AP Rocky

 

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Florence Otedola aka DJ Cuppy has unveiled new collabo with artiste   Tekno titled “Green Light.”

The song will be dropping on October 13, and will be available on iTunes.

We can't wait!

 

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