The movie star turned politician made this known via his Twitter page on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. According to him, when he had a near-death car crash, nobody celebrated him but if he had died, they would have turned up to celebrate his life.
“I survived a terrible accident & nobody came to celebrate my life. If I had died many asoebi groups would turn up to celebrate my life, fake love everywhere, someone will even choose to buy a 10million naira casket to bury me. We must change the way we reason as a people,” he tweeted.
Just for many who aren’t aware, Yul Edochie survived a near-death car crash a few months ago.
Yul Edochie wants people to form the habit of celebrating other people while they are still alive instead of waiting to spend a lot after death.
This is not the first time Yul Edochie will be making a statement related to celebrating people when they alive than pretending and spending a lot after the person dies.