- Nollywood’s Yul Edochie has taken to social media with a video showing one of the cool features of his automobile
- The actor has a display screen that allows him to access the internet and even visit social media platforms like Instagram
- An impressed Edochie heaped praise on ‘oyinbo’ people as he noted that most Africans would rather concern themselves with petty issues
Nollywood actor Yul Edochie couldn't hide his excitement in a recent video posted on his official Instagram page.
The video captured the moment Edochie showed off one of the cool features of his Lexus automobile.
Apparently, the LCD monitor allows the actor to do so much more than playing music as he’s also able to access the internet.
An impressed Edochie filmed himself scrolling through his Instagram feed as he praised the westerners for their innovations.
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He, however, also used the opportunity to throw jabs at fellow Africans. According to him, people from his continent would rather waste their time on petty issues instead of getting innovative.
Check out the actor’s post below:
Fans, followers react
The movie star's video stirred different reactions from his followers, with some of them questioning the safety of the car's feature.
Read comments below:
"Epa na accident this go course oo."
"@yuledochie Make people no get Accident for car because of Instagram."
"Na true na.. but the part u said Bobby nwa got me cracked up."
"E risky o. Guy wey like nyash wey go Dey drive come across the nyash there..,ewweehhh."
"Like how's that even safe ?"
"Okay, am done with technology."
Yul Edochie marks son's birthday as he clocks 4
Legit.ng previously reported that the Nollywood actor took to social media to celebrate his youngest child, Victory Zane Chukwubuike.
The little boy clocked four on July 14, 2021, and his father celebrated him with glowing words to the joy of fans.
Yul shared a photo of his lookalike son as he prayed for the boy's future to be as bright as the morning star.