Yul Edochie, a Nollywood actor and son to Pete Edochie, has called out men who demand for sex from ladies in exchange for jobs.

The movie star and politician took to his social media page to express his grouse with those indulging in the act on Tuesday.

According to him, the practice has destroyed several men, particularly in the Nollywood.

Yul said it is unfortunate some men now hide under the guise of giving jobs to ladies after having sex with them only to renege such promise later when they must have taken advantage of their victims.

He said such men should be ready to face the consequence of their action, noting they face a difficult task making it again in life if their victims lay curses on them.

“I condemn sex for jobs completely. If it’s your way, hear this advice. If you promise a girl a job in exchange for sex, once she gives you make sure you do not fail her. If she swear for you, your own don finish. This matter has wrecked many men especially Nollywood practitioners,” he wrote on Twitter.

The 38-year-old movie star — who had survived a ghastly car accident last year — has been consistent in airing his opinions on several issues in the country.

He also made headlines in 2019 after hinting he could become a pastor — a statement which generated widespread reactions from several people including Daddy Freeze, Nigerian broadcaster and social activist.



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