"Na film I dey act, I'm not into rituals or a Ritualist" - Yul Edochie tells youths asking him to show them how to make money through money ritual KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, July 19, 2021

"Na film I dey act, I'm not into rituals or a Ritualist" - Yul Edochie tells youths asking him to show them how to make money through money ritual

Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has reacted after Nigerian youths started asking him to show them where to do money rituals. Their request came after "bundles of money" were sprayed on Obi Cubana's mother's burial in Oba, Anambra state. (Read More Here).

Taking to his Facebook page, Yul Edochie, says that he's only an actor and not a ritualist. He added as he told Nigerian youths to stop addressing him based on his movie roles. 

Yul Edochie is a popular Nollywood actor who's known for playing roles of ritualist or an occultic man. 

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.
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."

On the day of Obi Cubana's mother's burial, Yul Edochie took to his social media platforms to reveal why he didn't travel to Oba. According to him, he says he was down with malaria and typhoid.

He wrote: "Still recovering. 
I've been down with Malaria and Typhoid.
But I'm getting better.
Thank you to everyone who sent in goodwill messages, prayers, love and all.
Thank you so much .
Truly appreciated.
May good health and blessings follow you all.
AMEN!" 

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