“Come on now guys, come on. Na film I dey act” – Yul Edochie Clears The Air on ‘Ritualist’ Tag

Popular Nigerian actor Yul Edochie has attempted a shot at clearing the air on his alleged ritualist tag. A son of veteran actor Pete Edochie, Yul probably took off where his dad left off, starring in tens of typical Nigerian occultic home videos.

Several snippets of his ritualist and fraternal characterizations have often trended on the internet, while Nigerians who almost always identify actors with the roles they play in movies have tagged the 39-year-old actor a ritualist. Not that it’s such a big deal, even Yul knows it’s not.

However, also a politician, the aspiring presidential candidate took to his Instagram to reveal that people are asking him for where they can perform their own get-rich ritualistic ceremonies. Adding a few laughing emojis, Yul reminded them he’s only an actor who follows a certain storyline and that he’s not a ritualist.

“Some people are sending me messages begging me to show them where they can do money rituals. Come on now guys, come on. Na film I dey act. Just like American action films where one man will defeat a whole city of bad guys. Na storyline be that, e no dey happen. Is it now a crime to be a good actor? Make I no chop??? 😀😀😀 Na wa for una oo,” wrote the actor.

Check out the laughter-inducing- post below:

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