Yul Edochie Says It Feels Good To Break The Internet
Many Nigerians were taken aback when the star revealed his new wife and son on social media
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
After the news of his second marriage to actress Judy Austin Moghalu, Nigerian actor Yul Edochie claimed that it felt nice to break the Internet.
On Thursday, May 5, 2022, the actor announced this on his Instagram page.
“I no go lie. It feels good breaking the internet. Most talked about man on the planet. Second week in a row. E dey sweet sha,” he wrote.
“Each time Yul feels you guyzzz are moving on, he will type one of these to get mouths wagging again, then he will continue advertising people’s products😂.”
The actor’s post came only days after he broke his silence over his recent marriage to Moghalu.
“It’s the truth it’s the love that they have for me. At the same time, people are talking about something that they do not know the root of it. There’s always a reason for something. There is always the root and everybody that is shouting and insulting me don’t live in my house,” he said.
“Nobody has said Yul what is the issue? As a man, you don’t come out to say everything in public. You own it to just your family and some people out there. I’d rather take all the heat and if they insult me no problem. Someone sent me a message and said I should do a press conference and I started laughing.”
He also stated that he will never say anything in public that will make his first wife, May, appear terrible.
“One thing I’ll never do is to make my wife, May look bad in public. No matter what they say, I won’t say this is the cause of this…no no no it’s family,” he said.
Many Nigerians were taken aback when the star revealed his new wife and son on social media around a week ago.
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