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“It’s like they’ve never given you a lesson in your life” Georgina Onuoha blasts Judy Austin for mourning Yul Edochie’s son

Georgina Onuoha slams Judy Austin

Nollywood actress, Georgina Onuoha has slammed Judy Austin for mourning her husband’s dead son.

Taking to a blog’s comment section, Georgina questioned why she was mourning him when she wrecked his parents’ home and cause untold emotional damage.

Calling Judy several unprintable names, she questioned why Judy is full of issues.

She noted how Judy Austin has never gotten beaten in her life, hence her audacity.

“A son that you wrecked his parents’ home and caused untold emotional damage to? Why is this part and incorrigible wrench so full of shit? It’s like they’ve never given that undesirable element a lesson in her life”.

In another post, she wrote, “Only a wench will dare this level of stupidity”.

Judy Austin breaks silence on Yul Edochie’s son’s death

Kemi Filani reported on Thursday night that Judy Austin had spoken on the death of her husband, Yul Edochie’s first son, Kambilichukwu.

The movie star who has stayed away from social media following his death, took to her Instagram page to mourn him.

Sharing a candlelight photo, Judy Austin stated that God knows best as she prayed for him to rest in peace.

“God knows best. Rest in Heaven with God, Great son.
Kambi Yul-Edochie”.

Georgina Onuoha slams Judy Austin

Yul Edochie breaks silence on son’s death, recounts his last moment with him

This came hours after Yul Edochie broke his silence on his son’s death.

In a lengthy post on his Instagram page, the now father of four recounted his last moment with his son.

According to him, his son came into his room, on the day of his death, dressed up for school to tell him that his school would be having an Interhouse sports competition a day later, which he had promised to attend.

He recounted how they both joked about his height and how he spoke to him about his gold medal in swimming, which he was excited about.

Unfortunately, he never came back home and he can’t question God.

“On that Wednesday morning, you came into my room, dressed up for school. You told me your school will be having inter-house sports on Friday and I promised you’ll be there. You were so excited. You told me you won a gold medal in swimming. I congratulated you. We joked about your height, then you left for school in your ever-cheerful manner. And you never came back home again. I can’t question God.

My dear son, just 16 years with us here on earth, but you made your mark.
Great son.
Calm, cute, brilliant, always cheerful, outstanding footballer, gentle and loving soul.
You’re an angel.
We miss you.
We love you, Kambi.
Daddy loves you.
But God loves you more.
Rest well, Son.
Till we meet again.
Rest in Heaven with God.
My dear son, Kambi Yul-Edochie.
Kambi yooooooo!”.

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