Actor Erhan Yazıcıoğlu: I ate my daughter’s feces

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Actor Erhan Yazıcıoğlu recounted a memory about his children and his wife, saying: “Neither women nor gambling, diseases ate my money”.

Erhan Yazıcıoğlu, the guest of Armağan Çağlayan’s Stop Bi Listen program on YouTube, spoke about the unknowns about him. Erhan Yazıcıoğlu, who is married to Müge Yazıcıoğlu, stated that his daughters Begüm and Burçak were shaking and said:

“Begüm’s mom washes her ass in the sink, I said ‘I’ll eat your poop.’ His mother said, ‘Oh what love, come and see’. Am I told that? I bought it, ate it, sir! They are my greatest passion. On Mother’s Day, those around me celebrate my Mother’s Day!”

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“I never made the mistakes my father made”

The master actor explained that his father was very rich but lost everything because of his passion for gambling: “Panther tire factory in Rami belonged to my father Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu. That factory is gone. My father was a man who bought vineyards because we love grapes. We used to drive to the barber’s in a rosewood Cadillac. Unfortunately, my father led such a life! It was very upsetting and we had to bury my 48 year old mother because of a brain tumor. He also had a passion for women, 4 different houses, 4 different women. I never made the mistakes my father made, I used my money very well.”


Yazıcıoğlu, who was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 1995 and lost one of his vocal cords due to a medical error, also commented on this topic as follows: “Of course I am offended. It blocked my life. This year I was about to make a big deal with a channel. I couldn’t speak for 8 months. My mug has taken me all over the world. They all said: “Your voice is gone, you cannot act”. But I said, “I’ll do it,” and continued the game I left unfinished. Of course it didn’t quite come, but I called out on the balcony that ‘the sound is coming’. My cancer treatment lasted 14 years, I never gave up. I spent $1 million, sold 9 houses. Neither women nor gambling, illnesses ate my money.”

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