Controversial Nigerian actor, Yul Edochie, has taken to social media to comment on people’s lack of interest in Oladips now that it has been confirmed that he’s alive.

Recall that the singer fooled the whole internet after pretending to have passed away from an undisclosed ailment in a bid to promote his new album.

The musician confirmed his survival in a recent update by posting a video of himself looking healthy and tagging it with the phrase “proof of life.”

Social media users’ responses to the video have been divided; some have criticized him for what he did, while others have shown sympathy for him.

In response, Yul Edochie said that if Oladips had actually passed away, people would have been posting his pictures and songs on a regular basis.

According to Yul, individuals tend to adore their deceased loved ones more than their living ones.

He wrote;

“What’s up with the guy who faked his death? Una no wan trend am?

Nobody is posting him? Nobody is posting his music cos he’s still alive. lf he was truly dead by now, una no go let people rest.

Everybody will be posting his picture & his music.

To support dead people dey sweet una pass the ones wey dey alive. Support him now that he’s alive, jealousy and envy no go let una.”

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