Danielle Edochie, the first daughter of indigenous Nollywood actor Yul Edochie, has reacted to trolls who have tagged her name alongside her father’s or other Nollywood practitioners.
The adolescent turned to Instagram to voice her displeasure with individuals who linked her identity to that of her father.
Danielle reiterated her stance on her professional decision, claiming that acting and Nollywood are unsuitable for her. She also pleaded with trolls not to mix up her and her father’s names because they had different options.
She wrote: Please I’m NOT an actress, I have no business with acting and Nollywood, no dey force career on me abeg.
I don’t act and I’m not intrested in acting.
Acting is for him and not for me and I am a whole different person, I am my own identity.
Please stop tagging me in post related to him /nollywood/films/actors. I am not intrested in Nollywood.
Know these and know peace.
May Edochie, Yul Edochie’s first wife, posted a note on Instagram shortly after her husband celebrated his son with Judy Austin, his second wife.
The mother of three was grateful to her supporters and friends, who kept an eye on her at her low points. She did say, though, that she is content with her life and that she has much to be grateful for.
She wrote: Each time I go through my messages, I just keep smiling. Right now, I cannot contain this joy