Nollywood actress, Rita Edochie has thrown a shade at Judy Austin, the wife of her nephew, Yul Edochie.
Taking to her Instagram page, she slammed Judy Austin for coming into the Edochie’s family to kill and destroy. However, she is assured that since nothing lasts forever, Judy’s plot in the family will come to an end.
In a message to Judy, she told her to stop playing.
“You came to the family to kill and destroy but take it from me nothing lasts forever. So stop playing”.
This is coming days after Rita Edochie seemingly targeted Judy Austin again, questioning the audacity of a woman asking a legally married woman to drop her husband’s surname, especially when this woman supposedly lacks a legitimate claim to the name.
Though Rita didn’t explicitly name Judy Austin, the connection was made by netizens. This speculation stems from the complex relationship. Despite rumors of a split, May continues to use the Edochie surname, potentially fueling Judy Austin’s alleged discontent.
Months back, Rita finally replied Yul for calling her a clout chaser.
The movie star had unleashed his fury at Nollywood celebrities and Nigerians over their hypocrisy, noting how many have been clout-chasing with the late singer’s name, yet have been doing worse to him.
He also took a swipe at his aunty, Rita Edochie, who he stated has never called him on the phone since his affair with Judy Austin, but has been vocal about their marital drama.
Rita expressed gratitude to God that he still regards her as her Aunty as she revealed how his words struck her deeply.
She stated that Yul isn’t the subject matter, hence the reason she doesn’t talk to him because he isn’t himself anymore.
Rita corroborated reports that Yul has been caged and bottled up by Judy Austin and vowed to continue dragging Judy until she releases Yul.
Recall that Rita Edochie had claimed that Yul had hired people from a town in Onitsha to marry Judy Austin.
She made this known as she reacted to his father, Pete Edochie’s interview denouncing Judy Austin as his son’s wife.
Mocking Judy, she described May as a national treasure who was well married and received in the home, unlike, Judy Austin.