“Odogwu turn to Odiegwu” Uche Jombo, Paulo Okoye, others react to video of Yul Edochie and Judy Austin in heated argument

The circulation of a recent video showing Nollywood actor Yul Edochie and his second wife, Judy Austin, involved in a passionate dispute has sparked reactions from their fellow industry members.

As reported by Gossipinfo on Sunday, Yul Edochie and Judy Austin stirred up online discussions due to the video capturing their argument.

Yul, who has been actively sharing updates on his Facebook page, posted the video, revealing a heated disagreement between him and Judy Austin concerning her excessive phone usage.

In the video, Judy Austin can be seen recording their conversation while Yul reprimands her for not giving him proper attention.

The couple was quarreling over Judy’s support for one of Yul’s friends who had accidentally damaged his car. Yul had entrusted his friend with one of his cars for a trip, but the friend ended up damaging it and failed to inform Yul about the incident.

Rather than supporting Yul in the situation, Judy seemed to be siding with his friend, which left him feeling upset and frustrated.

In his caption, Yul expressed his frustration, wondering why he couldn’t talk to Judy and have her listen to him.

In his caption, Yul pondered why he can’t talk to Judy and she would listen to him.

He revealed that he had found the video on her phone and decided to post it.

Lamenting, he stated that he is getting tired of the whole thing. See video here.


Taking to a blog’s comment section, Uche Jombo, Pauloo Okoye, Uche Elendu and others expressed displeasure at the video.

Paulo Okoye wrote, “Why!!! Why!!! Why!!! This is recorded!!! Whoever recorded this is don’t like Yul 💯!!!! Destroying Yul image he build for Years!! I’m so sick of this!!! So you can’t talk without recording??? Madness

Uche Jombo wrote, “There’s a reason it’s on Facebook. Making that content money

Uche Elendu wrote, “Can blogs just stop giving these clowns relevance? All for Facebook Odogwu turn to Odiegwu… Odiegwu reLly6

Yetunde Bakare wrote, “Actors dey act for actors. Na bloggers u blame

Adaora Ukoh wrote, “It’s just a PITY. What’s really going on”.