It was a prank, I didn’t marry a second wife, Yul edochie

Well known Nollywood entertainer and politician, Yul Edochie, has said that the post reporting he was married to another wife and had an infant child was a ploy pointed toward acquiring Nigerians’ attention via social media.

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The entertainer had through his verified Instagram handle declared on Wednesday that his second wife, Judy Austin, who is likewise a Nigerian entertainer, gave birth to a baby, sharing pictures of himself and the child.

The post was a subject of heated discussion with many individuals condemning him for turning into a polygamist

The entertainer had stated, “It’s time for the world to meet my son. His name is Star Dike Munachimso Yul-Edochie. Born by my second wife; Judy Austin. And I love him so much, just as much as I love my other children (sic).”

 

Commenting on the post, Yul’s first wife, May, said, “May God judge you both.”

In the midst of the debate, 40-year-old Edochie took to his Instagram account to shower acclaims on his most memorable spouse, May Edochie, depicting her as “Number One” and “Undisputed.”

On Thursday, Yul took to his Instagram to post a smiling image of himself, inscribed: “Real men own up and take responsibility. Fake men dey hide for back dey run am.”

However, in another post on his confirmed handle on Friday, Edochie said he was just acting a film.

He said he played the trick since Nigerians couldn’t have cared less about his political aspiration when he ran for the governor of Anambra State in 2017.

The famous actor, who polled 145 votes during the Anambra governorship election, on his birthday on January 7, 2021 likewise announced his aim to run for president in 2023.

He stated, “So I fit break Internet like this? So I can move past 60k comments on one post? However, I dey act film, dey give una Hollywood exhibitions since una no send me. Best voice, una no send me. I ran for Governor, una no send me. I wan run for President, una no still send me. Yet, na dis one scatter Internet. Na dis one come make una send me at long last. Na waa for una oo.”

 

Responding to the post, some of his followers said they couldn’t really accept that he posted it while others expressed even with the turn of events, “we didn’t send you.”

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