Nigerian actor Yul Edochie has taken to his Twitter account to make a bold statement about living life on one's own terms.
In a tweet, the actor said, "I cannot live my life to please anyone. If you don't like the way I live my life, live your own. I'm not here to please you."
The statement has since gone viral and sparked a lot of discussions among his fans and followers.
Many of Edochie's fans have taken to social media to express their support for his statement, with some commending him for standing up for his beliefs and living life on his own terms.
Others have praised him for encouraging others to do the same and not conform to society's pressures.
However, some critics have also voiced their opinions, arguing that as a public figure, Edochie has a responsibility to set a good example for his fans and followers.
They argue that his statement could be seen as promoting selfish and individualism, rather than encouraging people to consider the impact of their actions on others.
Despite the criticisms, Yul Edochie has continued to stand by his statement, emphasizing the importance of living life authentically and being true to oneself.
He has also used his platform to advocate for social change and to raise awareness about issues affecting his community.
Yul Edochie is a well-known Nigerian actor and filmmaker, with a career spanning over a decade.
He is the son of popular Nollywood actor Pete Edochie and has starred in several movies, including "Wind of Glory," "The Exquirers," and "Painful Heart."
In addition to his acting career, Edochie is also known for his philanthropic work, particularly in the areas of education and youth empowerment.