Actress Doris Ogala has slammed actor Yul Edochie, over his apology post to his wife, May Yul-Edochie. She stated that the actor should allow his wife have some peaceful moment without chasing clout.
Doris in a post on her Instagram page berated the actor for feeling entitled to his wife’s forgiveness. She stated that she is experiencing the same situation May, Yul’s wife is going through presently, and she understands her better.
He therefore asked Yul to enjoy the new bone of his bone, his second wife, Judy Austin.
In Doris Ogala’s words
“@yuledochie…..what an entitlement. Can you please allow your wife May some peaceful moment…. Without trying to chase clout always with the situation… I’m in same situation with your wife so I understand perfectly well what she’s going through… Kindly enjoy the new bone of your bone and flesh of your flesh….ah a…where’s your shame! Kai men will disgrace you Sha!”.
Recall that Yul Edochie had publicly apologized to his wife May, on Wednesday 21st December, in a lengthy post on Instagram.
He stated that he has hurt his wife deeply and have apologized to her many times. Yul stated that he take blame for cheating on his wife and marrying a second wife, Judy Austin.
In Yul’s words,
“To my dear wife, Queen May Yul-Edochie. I acknowledge that I hurt you deeply and I’ve apologised to you countless times.
“I take the blame for my actions. I agree with you that polygamy shouldn’t be forced on anyone. You never bargained for it from the beginning neither did I. But I guess life happens. You already know the whole story.
“I didn’t do it to disrespect you. I didn’t do it to replace you, nor because I do not love you anymore, no. I have always loved you and always will.
“I’ve been a good husband and a wonderful father. I’ve supported all your hustle from day one. I have been an exceptional father to our children to date, making sure they lack nothing and always there for everyone.
“Out of 100, I have done 99 things right. Hating me because of one thing isn’t the best. Nobody is perfect. I’m not. You’re not. Nobody is, except God.
“I assure you that nobody is trying to take your place. I have apologised to you countless times sincerely from my heart.
“I’m sorry. I’ve always loved you and always will. Butuo nwanyi oma. We can live peacefully and happily.”