Fans Hit Yul Edochie For ‘Monetizing’ Second Marriage Drama

Actor, Yul Edochie, has faced criticism over his decision to monetize the attention he has garnered since announcing he had married a second wife in actress Judy Austin and that he had welcomed a son with her.

On Saturday, April 30, 2022, the actor asked for donations from his followers to help him get the 2023 presidential election form. He previously posted ad rates on his Instagram page.

In one of his messages, he wrote: “Did you see what we did on Wednesday? We shook the world and are still shaking it. The energy that you all apply knows no tribe, religion or gender. Energy comes from the north, from the south, from the east, from the west and from all over the world. We are present on TV channels, radios, blogs, YouTube, all WhatsApp groups, markets, committees, the street… everywhere. With this energy, we can take back our country and fix it. I can’t do it alone. I need you, Nigeria needs you. My dear Nigerians, please I appeal to you, buy me a presidential form, let us win this election.

However, many of his followers have expressed displeasure with his posts. One of them, Heriche_shima, wrote: “Who is ‘we’, Yul? Please grow up. If this is how you want to rule Nigeria, we better (divide) this country and share the money. I know good investors who are ready to buy the country.

Mz_gracie_special wrote, “We would have voted for you, but we don’t want a man who will start frolicking with different women and having kids all over the place. It’s not a good model. »

Mrs_jenny_posh1 said: “Charity starts at home. He who is not faithful in a little cannot be faithful in many.

Benytar wrote: “Since you can pay many children’s bills, you can also buy your form. It is the person who has money who marries a second wife.

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