Nollywood actress, Georgina Onuoha, Victoria Inyama and popular OAP Daddy Freeze have reacted after Daniella Edochie ‘disrespected’ her father and Nollywood actor Yul, in a social media post.
Naija News earlier reported that amidst the cheating scandal of Yul Edochie, his daughter Danielle took to her Instagram page to issue a warning to those tagging her on social media posts related to her father.
She refuted the claims of being an actress or having any business with Nollywood, stating that people should not force any career on her.
She wrote: “Please I’m not an actress, I have no business with acting and Nollywood, No day force carer on me Abeg. I don’t act and I’m not interested in acting. Acting is for him, not me and I am a whole different person. I am on my own identity. Please stop taking me in a post related to him, Nollywood, films, and actors. I am not interested in Nollywood [sic]”
Just as many Nigerians faulted Yul Edochie’s daughter for making referencing her father as ‘Him’ in the social media post, Daddy Freeze in a post on his page said he loves children who have their own identities and ambitions.
Daddy Freeze added that he also loved how Daniella passed her message across in a subtle and polite manner.
He wrote: “From the desk of @danielleyulsdochie. I love it when children have their own identity and ambitions… I also love how she passes her message across subtly and politely…”
Also reacting, Georgina Onuoha, and Victoria Inyama affirmed that the daughter of the Nollywood actor is hurting and understand what her mother is going through, adding that it takes grace to restore broken trust.
Georgina Onuoha wrote: “I hope people will stop tagging and bothering this young woman. She is hurting. She is grown and understands what her mom is going through. Usually, kids take pride on what their father does, especially from a lineage of entertainers.”
“I just hope he (dad) and Nigerians will respect her right to be her own person. And leave her out of her father’s mess. When trust is broken, it will take amazing grace to restore. I wish her well. Chidlren also suffer when parents tear down all they’ve known to be home and safe haven. Things can never be the same when you take that Happiness away. No child loves seeing their mother cry or go through pain. I wish Danielle well.”
Victoria Inyama wrote: “When a child does not want to be connected to h…. children are not as before…they know…this is the daughter… imagine the sons… May out children always show up for us… I love Danielle… No child can bear her mother’s tears… children have emotions too and this is her childhood trauma”