Be careful with how you talk about other people – Zionfelix rebukes Sally Mann for her comments over his parent’s house

Blogger Zionfelix has finally reacted after he was admonished for flaunting the beautiful house he built for his parents on social media.

A few days ago, entertainment pundit, Sally Mann slamed Zionfelix for sharing photos and videos of a house he built for his parents on the internet.

According to Sally, it was unnecessary for the blogger to feed the public with information about the house. Speaking in an interview on Power FM, Sally said she doesn’t see the essence of Zion letting the world know the property he has made for his parents.

“A few weeks ago, I saw a video on social media showing that he has built a house for his mother and father. That’s not all, he invited people to the house and introduced the building to them. And so what?” she asked.

“Zionfelix, you have built a house for your parents and so what? What is it about it? God gives us life every day but does he sound a trumpet to announce it? Christians in this country chose when they want to be Christians and when they do not. If by God’s grace, you’ve been able to build a house for your parents, why are you ridiculing them?

“2 Cor 12:14 speaks about parents acquiring properties for their kids though some parents may not afford it due to hardship”’ she established.

However, Zionfelix who seems unhappy about Sally’s utterances took to his official YouTube channel to give a reply.

“It hurts that you do something with good intentions and someone sits somewhere and says all sorts of things about it. First of all, how did this even become a discussion on radio? And so what?” he also asked.

“There are so many things they could have discussed there. Sally spent five minutes on prime-time radio talking about me. No problem. If it is about show off, there are other things I can show off with. But it’s not important,” he stated.

He, however, gave reasons for his actions.

“First of all, there is a reason why I did that. I’m a young boy in my very early 30s trying my best in life and doing something for my parents. There are so many people that can take motivation out of this,” he added.

He also advised Sally to be cautious when addressing matters concerning other people.

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