Nigerian actress Chacha Eke’s husband, Austin Faani, has reacted over actor Yul Edochie’s consistent backlash and criticisms from netizens..
Since the actor announced the birth of another child with his mistress-turned-wife, Judy Austin, Yul has lost favour in the sight of many.
Taking to his Facebook page, Austin made a case for him, noting that Yul is a human being like others.
He stated that the torment against him is bloody and lacks any iota of love for a country like Nigeria that claims to be religion.
“Let’s all agree Yul did what we deem wrong both publicly and privately and let us also agree that he is responding in a way we still disapprove and deem wrong.
“However, guys, this guy is a human being, the torment is too bloody and lacks any iota of love for a country that is desperately religious.
“If we think he’s got karma coming, let him receive it but let’s soft peddle at this point and imagine if you were this guy that we all used to love and now he is faced with this life sentence we are giving to him.
“He has a family to provide for, gave a conscience man. I know a lot of very ignorant fellows are going to attack this message, twist and rip it apart in ways that will benefit their momentary insatiable clout desire.
“I am fire, I am ice, I am is all I listen to, anything I add after it is what I crave not what you add. Mary Magdalene was who e but she was the first human Jesus revealed himself to. Act your Bible Nigerians, Muslims will never attack this young talented man like this. Shalom.”