…By Alan Peterson for TDPel Media.
A surprising turn of events unfolded as Nollywood actor Yul Edochie and his second wife, Judy Austin, became the center of a social media storm following a heated argument that was shared online.
Edochie took to his Facebook page to post a video showcasing the disagreement between the couple.
The focal points of the argument were Austin’s alleged phone addiction and her support for a friend who had damaged Edochie’s car.
The video, which lasted approximately eight minutes, mainly features Austin’s face while Edochie’s voice can be heard expressing his dissatisfaction in the background.
The argument revolved around a friend who had borrowed Edochie’s car, got into an accident, and failed to inform the actor about it.
Edochie voiced his disappointment with Austin for taking the friend’s side instead of offering support to him.
Edochie’s Facebook post, accompanied by a caption reflecting his frustration, garnered significant attention from his followers.
He wrote, “I don’t understand why I cannot talk to Judy, and she’ll listen to me.
I’m getting tired of this whole thing.
I found this video she made, and I had to post it.”
The incident sparked a flurry of reactions online, with speculations arising as to whether the argument was genuine or staged for publicity.
The public spat between the couple also shed light on their personal life, which has been under scrutiny since Edochie concluded the mourning period for his late son.
In response to the controversy, Judy Austin expressed gratitude towards her critics, stating that their curses and insults ultimately turn into blessings for the hero.
She also expressed appreciation for the support she and her family have received from their well-wishers during both good and challenging times.
As the debate continues, fans and critics eagerly await further updates on the situation.
This incident serves as a reminder of the blurred lines between personal and public life in the era of social media, where private disagreements can quickly escalate into public spectacles.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn