Yvonne Jegede lashes back at Nedu Wazobia for ridiculing her over her apology to May Edochie

Yvonne Jegede, a well-known actress, has strongly criticized Nedu Wazobia for mocking her after she apologized to May Edochie. The apology came after Jegede faced significant backlash for comments she made about Yul Edochie’s marital issues.


Previously, Jegede’s remarks stirred controversy and displeased many online users. She had expressed support for Yul Edochie’s decision to marry another woman, which ignited a storm of criticism.

Under pressure from the public, Jegede eventually apologized for her statements.

Nedu Wazobia, who co-hosted a show with her, indirectly criticized Jegede’s apology. He suggested that if someone chooses to speak out, they should stand firmly by their words, implying that Jegede’s apology might not have been sincere.

In his own words, Nedu Wazobia wrote, “If you talk, use your chest; stand by your words. Still number 1..”

Jegede’s response to Nedu Wazobia’s criticism underscores her stance on the matter.


Reacting to this, Yvonne Nelson heavily blasted him for ridiculing her apology.

She labelled him a toxic and a narcissistic person who derive joy in women attacking each other.

Yvonne Jegede wrote:

“I woke up to see Nedu’s post reacting to my appearance on the podcast, particularly my apology to May Edochie and women in general.

I understand Nedu’s difficulty in comprehending my apology. Narcissistic and toxic men like him cannot grasp the importance of apologizing when others feel hurt by your actions, regardless of whether you believe you are right or wrong.

Small-minded people like you rejoice when women attack each other or are trampled upon. Check the history of your podcast; it is filled with content targeting women’s self-esteem. Perhaps the rumor about you is true—you don’t like women! Nedu, there’s nothing wrong with women winning and shining; it doesn’t diminish you or any other man.

You are so evil that you didn’t even promote “A Father’s Love,” the movie I came to discuss on your show. Instead, you were all over my WhatsApp, telling me how much you like me, and now you join the mob and chase clout with your petty post.

I was raised to apologize if I was wrong and to those who felt hurt by my actions.

If I didn’t own what I said with conviction, I wouldn’t come out to apologize when it was pointed out that some women and May felt offended. My apology was directed at those who clearly expressed their hurt.

Take all the money you want from Facebook and YouTube, but prosperity always judges those who stand against women and profit at the expense of others.

A small-minded man like you will never understand the need for an apology, even when he is wrong.

By the way, you asked that I take you out. When I get back in town, we can still do it, but be prepared to man up, take responsibility, and pay your own bills. I always pay mine and never beg for anyone to take me out!

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