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Yul Edochie Responds to Ex-Wife’s Allegations: Social Media Drama Unfolds



Controversial Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, finds himself in the midst of a social media storm after responding to his first wife, May Edochie’s reflections on the events of 2023. The estranged couple faced a tragedy in March of that year when their first son, Kambilichukwu, tragically passed away while playing football in school.


In a social media post expressing gratitude for a successful 2023, Yul declared it his best year so far. However, May’s New Year post took a different tone as she reflected on the hardships of the year, expressing the pain of losing her son and enduring a series of misfortunes.


In a now-trending response on his official Instagram page, Yul didn’t hold back. He accused May of undergoing breast enlargement surgery and a tummy tuck in the same year, all without his consent. He went further to suggest that this decision was possibly endorsed by her married boyfriend.


Yul lamented the manipulation on social media, alleging that May portrayed a false image of suffering while secretly enjoying her life. He expressed frustration, stating that he had been silent for too long and would not tolerate it in 2024.


As the drama unfolds on social media, fans and followers are left to witness a public dispute between the former couple, shedding light on the complexities of their personal lives.

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