Nollywood veteran, Yul Edochie, has said on his social media account that hedu has once told his father he didn’t want to go to school anymore and that his father reset his brain with beating when he wanted to drop out at Junior Secondary School, JSS, II.
Yul’s father is a well known no-nonsense disciplinarian Nollywood veteran, Pete Edochie, popularly called Okonkwo for his role in things fall apart movie in the past.
Yul Edochie’s tweet of the incident set off humorous reactions from his followers. He responded to some on the tweet that has got over 13,000 retweets and more than 52,000 likes.
While some Twitter users praised Pete Edochie for using rod to correct his child’s fantasy, others were against beating a child. But many were funny.
Yul Edochie had tweeted: “In JS2, I told my father I didn’t want to go to school anymore. That he should open an electrical shop for me.
“He said ok. He invited me to his room, locked the door and pulled out his belt. He gave me a beating that reset my brain to factory setting.
“Look at me today. Thank you Dad!”
In JS2, I told my father I didn’t want to go to school anymore, he should open electrical shop for me.
He said ok.
He Invited me to his room, locked the door & pulled out his belt.
He gave me a beating that reset my brain to factory setting.
Look at me today.
Thank you Dad!
— Yul Edochie (@YulEdochie) April 23, 2020
@SylvesterAzodo “Any man who swallows a full COCONEEETTT! Must be confident in his AAAAnuuurrse!”
You are welcome. Grinning face
@BOGbadamosi Replying to
I’m sure he gave u this quote that day
@ugonwankwo8 Replying to
After the beating, he’ll be like “When one’s goat get missing, the aroma of a neighbour’s soup get suspicious”
@dahtgirl_ajex Replying to
The Legendary Sir Pete Edochie FireFireRed heart
is a great man, a man with natural wisdom. Sir, you are just a copy of him, thats why I love and respect you a lot.
Am sure Daddy is so proud of you every min of the day.
God bless Daddy
God bless Edochie family.
@OmideyiOlaide Replying to
I can imagine your father saying something like ‘if a log of wood falls inside the river and stay long enough there, it starts thinking of itself as a crocodile.