“Your first wife made it clear that she didn’t consent” Daddy Freeze tackles Yul Edochie for declaring himself a proud polygamist
Media personality, Daddy Freeze has tackled actor, Yul Edochie for declaring himself a proud polygamist.
Taking to the actor’s comment section, Daddy agreed that his decision to be a polygamy can’t deter him from being a man of God and that there is nothing wrong with polygamy.
However, he must seek his first wife, May Yul Edochie’s consent and she must be happy with his decision.
In his case, Daddy Freeze noted how May isn’t happy with his decision and has made it clear that she wouldn’t be numbered. According to Freeze, this is his issue and the one reason why he would fault him.
“My brother there is nothing wrong with polygamy. It is scriptural like you noted. Abraham, David and Solomon were all polygamists. Polygamy can’t stop you from being a man of God. However, the only issue is that May @mayyuledochie is NOT happy. Traditionally (with regards to Nigerian culture) and scripturally, the first wife must consent. May made it clear that she didn’t consent. This is my issue. Do have yourself a happy holiday”.
Yul Edochie declares himself a proud polygamist
IgbohoConnect news reported hours ago that Yul Edochie had stressed that he is a very proud polygamist.
The actor claimed that God gave him the go-ahead to cheat on his wife and eventually marry his baby mama, Judy Austin.
Taking to his Instagram page moments ago, the actor and father of five wrote “I’m a very proud Polygamist. With my full chest. Read Exodus 21 vs 10.
The Bible acknowledges Polygamy. It is my destiny. God directed me to do it.
So I can give my son a proper identity. Therefore it came with many blessings,
Blessings for me, blessings for my wife Queen May to calm her down cos as a human being she’ll definitely not be happy about it, and blessings for my wife Judy as well. I’m a very solid man of God.
With so much grace.
You may not understand my life and say negative things about me, but I won’t blame you.
It’s my life, not yours. So you’re not supposed to understand it.
Dear Lord, I acknowledge your abundant blessings in my life, and in my family and I just want to say. THANK YOU, LORD. My mouth will forever testify to your goodness. May your Mighty Name be praised forever and ever, Amen.”