Daddy Freeze wants anyone who cares to listen that it is nobody’s business if he decides to charge fees from artists.
The veteran On-Air personality made this known via his Instagram page on Sunday, April 7, 2019, while reacting to an allegation that he collected 100k to play an artist’s song on air. In his defense, he said he has never charged anyone money to play their songs on air, rather he collects fees for artiste consultancy.
“I owe nobody an answer, but I’ll give you one nonetheless. I have 23 years of radio experience if I choose to charge a fee (which I should), hows that anybody’s business? I preach the gospel for free, everything else I charge for, in full, upfront. By the way, I don’t charge for radio AirPlay, but for artiste consultancy (a bracket under which I can file literally anything I wish). Before you come for OAPs is your song nice? Does it make sense? Would it add value to my show? A minute of my time is in six figures, why shouldn’t it be? ~FRZ,” he wrote.