Nollywood actor and movie director, Yul Edochie, has shared his thoughts on singer Davido’s cheating controversy.
Yul, who faced his own share of criticism last year when reports circulated about him fathering a child outside wedlock, took to social media to mock his critics.
He pointed out that while people were quick to judge him, they themselves were not without flaws and were simply hiding their own mistakes.
“Nobody is perfect. Nobody is holier than thou. Everyone just hides their own while judging me,” Yul wrote on social media.
Iyabo Ojo comments on Davido’s pregnancy saga
Meanwhile, moments ago Actress and mother of two, Iyabo Ojo, has now responded to the ongoing pregnancy scandal involving singer Davido.
Sharing a message on her Instagram page recently, Iyabo Ojo wrote, “From a Mother to MAN.”
She advised individuals to protect and guard their reputations, cautioning against getting involved with someone who has nothing to lose, as it usually doesn’t end well. She emphasized the importance of having a level-headed person in one’s circle who can provide guidance when needed and urged humility.
Iyabo Ojo also delved into the hidden desires of a woman’s heart, stating that while some women may accept sharing a man due to cultural, religious, financial, or sexual reasons, deep down, they secretly desire to have the man all to themselves. She warned that some women may resort to destructive actions if their goals aren’t achieved.
She reminded men that they shouldn’t underestimate the power of a woman, as history has shown how women have caused wars and conflicts between warriors, kings, and nations. She urged men to exercise self-control, as lack of it can lead to disregard for emotions and unforeseen consequences.
Iyabo Ojo encouraged learning from the mistakes and experiences of others rather than mocking or judging them. She stressed the importance of being in control and avoiding similar situations or worse ones.
In summary, Iyabo Ojo’s message addressed reputation protection, the desires of a woman’s heart, self-control, and learning from the experiences of others.