“99.9% of people advising you on social media have not figured out their lives” – Yul Edochie
Popular Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has advised his followers to do what works for them and stop taking advice from people on social media.
According to him, 99.9 percent of people who give advice on social media have not figured out their lives.
“Are you still listening to social media advisers?
99.9% of the people advising you have not even figured out the direction of their own lives.
They haven’t solved their own family problems.
Brother, sister, do you.
Do what works for you.
Focus on your journey.”
In other news, May Edochie initiated divorce proceedings against her husband, actor Yul Edochie, with whom she has three children.
May, who is represented by Femi Falana and Eculaw group, is also demanding N100 million in damages from Yul and his second wife, Judy Austin, for alleged adultery.
It was also alleged that “both Yul and Judy are avoiding service of the process upon them. The court bailiff has tried so many times to serve them in accordance with the rules of court. But they have evaded service of court process. Despite the braggadocio and the social media stunts, Yul Edochie and Judy are facing serious legal challenges and they seem ill-prepared for them, given the fact that they have been evading service of process.”
May has also filed for a court order to restrain Yul from accessing their former matrimonial home. The businesswoman expressed safety concerns and alleged that the actor’s behavior has been erratic, irrational, aggressive, and increasingly threatening.
She further pointed out that Yul’s actions give the impression that he may be under some unknown influence, the full extent of which remains unclear.
May recounted an incident from the previous week when security officials prevented Yul from entering their home, stating that all matters related to their marriage and dealings are currently subjudice.
According to her, she took this measure to give herself and her children a sense of protection and security.