Bishop Oyedepo’s Daughter , Joys Oyedepo Defends Controversial Post…ntroversial-post

Bishop Oyedepo’s Daughter , Joys Oyedepo Defends Controversial Post

Joys Oyedepo, daughter of Bishop David Oyedepo, General overseer, Living Faith Church worldwide aka Winners’ chapel was slammed recently by the public and followers for posting that she was crazy on facebook.

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Bishop Oyedepo’s Daughter , Joys Oyedepo Defends Controversial Post


She went to defend herself.

In her words(Culled from facebook):

“It seems that many of us have misunderstood things too easily.
You all have seen my posts for a while now, some of you have seen them for years on end, and you know that I absolutely adore my family.
That cannot, has not, and will not ever change.
Anyone who tries to insinuate any different is purely looking for loopholes that just don’t exist.

To that group, you may need to find more profitable work because that, already is a failed venture.
Then, there is this other group that expects me to be EXACTLY like my mother or sister, who are role models to many including myself.
especially myself.
Thing is, you also may need to edit your expectation because that too, will not be happening.
I’m me and will never be anyone else. can never be anyone else. and will not even try to.
I love that my sister and I are not walking replicas of my mother. she teaches us not to be. she teaches that we are who God has called us to be, and that, with all sincerity. our differences make us unique, and that makes us an epic loving family. that, we are grateful to God for.
Ps, “crazy” purely means/meant different.

this, you would understand if you read through the post honestly, completely and some of us, without negative intent.
So, to those who honestly were confused on the original post, I hope you have recieved the needed clarity.
but to those still looking for loopholes, sorry. failed venture.
Be you. Be who God created you to be. Yes, have role models (& you always can start with my mother and sister–right here on facebook even if you have nowhere else to turn). But don’t ever try to dim your uniqueness to fit in with the “world’s” definition of perfect.
God bless y’all.”

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