DADDY FREEZE WRITES OPEN LETTER TO CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE
Concerning the recent trending story, where award winning writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie questioned Hillary Clinton, over the word “wife” in her twitter bio, OAP daddy freeze has spoken on the issue.He condemned the writer, saying she can not have achieved what Clinton who prides in using her wifely status has achieved.
Chimamanda had asked Clinton if it was her choice to identify herself first as a wife on her Twitter bio, and why.
The internet has since debated the question, most people criticising the writer.
Daddy Freeze, on his Instagram, has added his voice. Read his open letter below:
‘Dear Chimamanda, I used to be a huge fan until I read your interview with Hillary Clinton.
Now I’m somewhere in the vesica pisces, torn between the enormous respect I had for the quality of your work and anger for what you are beginning to brandish.
Let me set the record straight, I am not a fan of Hillary Clinton, so I’m not jumping in as her guardian angel. As a matter of fact, I completely disagree with most of the decisions she took while in office.
Besides this however, woman to woman, what Hillary has achieved, in my opinion, you NEVER CAN, ‘no be beans’, so you suggesting how she should be addressed is what we Yorubas call ‘Iwosi’.
Even Obama refers to himself as a dad first, husband second, so what’s your point exactly? Why can’t Hillary be addressed as wife first, if she so chooses?
Could your utterances be stemming from inadequacies you need to attend to? You might consider investigating this.
Now, let me warn you, there are no dividing forces greater than color, race, gender and tribe. These factors continue to ensure humanity remains segregated. This table you are shaking has vast consequences even you didn’t bargain for.
People have been over the last two years, urging me to preach about Jesus being black and I never have, do you know why? Because I DONT CARE ABOUT HIS COLOR, it’s irrelevant, I care about HIS MESSAGE!
In the same vein, I follow you simple because of your message, NOT BECAUSE OF YOUR GENDER OR COLOR OR TRIBE. So kindly keep the focus on the message, which in my opinion is excellent.
Don’t mar it by demarcating yourself into a ‘gender’, unless of course you are employing this as a marketing tool, which, please be warned, has its own repercussions! ~FRZ