Media personality Daddy Freeze and OAP N6 have knocked down talent manager Kara for finding fault with Obi Cubana’s 300 cows for his mother’s burial..
Talent manager Kara reacting to the number of cows Obi Cubana received for his mother’s burial said it’s going to affect young people as that will make them eager to make money and be friends with rich people to be able to have such someday.
Daddy Freeze reacting to that said he sees nothing wrong with someone using over 300 cows to have fun with his family and friends for a few days while he lays his mother to rest as even the wisest man that ever lived did more than that.
Daddy Freeze then advised that people should hustle ad make money so that another man’s cow doesn’t turn into beef for them just as talent manager Kara is doing as there’s nothing wrong with what Obi Cubana is doing.
OAP N6 on the other hand said instead of talent manager Kara finding her way to Oba and get some of the blessings or pray to God to bless her with good friends who will wipe away her tears in times like this, she’s sitting home and beefing.
OAP N6 and Daddy Freeze’s posts all boiled down to one thing and that is asking talent manager Kara to stop beefing Obi Cubana because his friends decided to wipe away his tears after he lost his mother.
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