Nigerian popular actor Yul Edochie has once more tendered a heartfelt apology to his first wife May Yul-Edochie following his insistence on marrying a second wife.
Yul Edochie broke silence in April, about having a second wife, when he announced welcoming a son named Star Dike Munachimso Edochie with the second wife, Judy Austin Muoghalu.
Since after this announcement and great shock to the general public, reports have it that Yul’s first wife May hasn’t been happy about it, following a reaction he dropped on her husband’s comment section, “May God judge both of you”.
However, Yul has also been receiving lots of backlash from the concerned public about his inability to seek his first wife’s consent before taking such decision, hence the need to take to his social media platform, via the Instagram to apologise to May.
The actor reminisced on the fact that he has apologised to his first wife countless times, and has taken the blame for forcing the polygamous marriage on her.
Yul assures the first wife that nobody is trying to take her place, knowing fully well that he has been there for her and their children 99 percent of time. He promised that they can both live happily and peacefully.
Yul’s statement read, “To my dear wife,
Queen May Yul-Edochie, I acknowledge that I hurt you deeply and I’ve apologized to you countless times. I take the blame for my actions. I agree with you that polygamy shouldn’t be forced on anyone.
“You never bargained for it from the beginning neither did I. But I guess life happens. You already know the whole story. I didn’t do it to disrespect you, I didn’t do it to replace you nor because I do not love you anymore, no.
“I have always loved you and always will. I’ve been a good husband and a wonderful father. I’ve supported all your hustle from day one, I have been an exceptional father to our children till date making sure they lack nothing and always there for everyone.
“Out of 100 I have done 99 things right, hating me because of one thing isn’t the best. Nobody is perfect. I’m not. You’re not. Nobody is, except God.
“I assure you that nobody is trying to take your place. I have apologized to you countless times sincerely from my heart. I’m sorry.
“I’ve always loved you and always will. Butuo nwanyi ọma. We can live peacefully and happily.”