Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has cried out after getting a lot of inquiries from people on how to do money rituals.
He disclosed this in a post on his Instagram page, noting that some of the things that happen in movies do not translate to real-life situations.
Yul Edochie is also known for portraying ‘funny’ characters in movies and it appears this has given some of his fans a wrong idea about him.
Just like a veteran film star, Kanayo O. Kanayo, who constantly tells fans that he is not a money ritualist, Edochie also had to clarify social media.
The actor said a lot of people have been coming to his DM with enquiries on how to go about doing money rituals. He, however, explained that things that happen in movies are simply storylines and do not translate to real-life happenings. Edochie made reference to American movies and how a single actor can wipe out an entire city.
He wrote: “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.”
Meanwhile, Fans reacted to Yul Edochie’s clarification Upon setting the record clear. Fans were seen in the actor’s comment section with mixed reactions.
Read what some of them wrote below:
babarex0 said: “@yuledochie show us way jor. We are ready. As kok no gree show us. U are our own. Just give us d address. The heads to use no b problem. Enemies plenty.”
luchydonalds said: “I wish someone can laugh out real on IG comments, see me laughing hard here. Please take them to church.”
iamkay_dee said: “You nor wan teach person wetin Kanayo teach u? Oga give update e leave story.”.
tina_chelle21 said: “Great acting oh..tell them to go to church.”
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