Taking to Twitter, the Nollywood star revealed what could cause many to take a deep reflection on the life they live, possibly have a rethink on changing their lifestyle.
Yul revealed in his early morning tweet that all the cars we bought in our names including the houses, estates, companies and businesses we built in our names does not actually belong to us.
Going further, he clarify his followers on what his stance by revealing that all these things we've acquired in our names actually belong to this world, he stressed further and said, we will die someday and leave all of these things behind.
In conclusion, he accepted that it's truly a sad reality; hence he advised all to make peace with God as no one leaves here with any pin they have acquired. Making peace with God as he noted in his statement when put in simpler statement means "leaving a legitimate life both in making money and relating with people around us".
"All the cars you've bought in your name, all the houses, estates, companies, businesses you built in your name are actually not your. They belong to the world. You will die someday and leave all of them behind. Sad reality. Be at peace with God." He wrote.
Check out screenshot of his tweet below:
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